from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of ramp3.
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- n. Plural form of ramp.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ramp.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as ramsons.
- n. Same as rampion.
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What I refer to at least in my prepared comments, what I was referring to was that in the beginning part of the year, the first half of the year, we were using all sorts of selling techniques to bring in business and in some cases we had delayed billing and/or what we call ramps which basically the customer gets a ramp in to their commitment over a period of time.
Zoo experts said they concluded that they should probably install some ramps from the water to the land to make it easier for the cubs to climb out.
Anything without enough ground clearance for you to crawl under it and change the oil without ramps is not a "Jeep".
The guy had thrown in ramps "for free" so I could roll the thing in and out of my van.
Rather than invest in ramps and elevators, some authorities have shut or sold older restrooms.
Sara- yes, why shouldn't we make a disability game called ramps and beurocrats?
When I cook cornbread, or greens, or pinto beans, or pull up ramps from the still cool, damp springtime earth, I am transported to West Virginia, no matter where I am.
Fried potatoes with ramps is a classic, though she always had a pot of pinto beans ready to heat up.
That giant blue "THIS IS * DUKE* COUNTRY!" billboard right next to the exit ramps from the fucking CAUSEWAY.
The theory: The new bridge proposal includes so many concessions to neighbors (a lid over Montlake Blvd., lower speed limits, no on-ramps from the Arboretum to 520, a shorter bridge deck, etc.) that they would feel compelled to drop their opposition to the state’s proposal.