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Ramson

 

(Allium ursinum), a perennial wild plant of the family Liliaceae. The leaves are used for food in both raw and pickled form. The plant is found in the Caucasus and in the western and southwestern regions of the European USSR.

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Ramson was disqualified from driving for "jumping" the level crossing on the main Swansea-to-London line.
But a court heard Ramson was caught on CCTV ignoring the flashing red lights as he sped just inches below the barrier and zoomed over the rails.
Now is the key period to experience the UK's wild garlic, or ramsons crop, at its best.
While he lights the portable camping stove and sets about chopping a tomato, National Trust volunteer Laura Thomson tries a raw ramson leaf teamed with cream cheese and slices of Spanish chorizo piled on a crispbread (this may be a foraging expedition, but who says you have to slum it?
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49ers alumni -- Eric Wright, Roger Craig, Guy McIntyre, Jamie Williams, Eason Ramson, Darryl Pollard among others.
Richard has been a fan of rummaging for ramson, probing for porcini and sifting for scallops for decades.
The mare's sire, Bengad Ramson, and dam, Tweedbank Appleblossom, came out of Loise Goff's Midlothian Svandar Stud.
He's a great coach,'' Highland forward Ramson Younan said.
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Their defense was just great, and they have awesome shooters,'' Highland forward Ramson Younan said.
Highland's Ramson Younan caught five passes for 85 yards, including a 25-yard touchdown from Matt Yriarte that opened the scoring for both teams.