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pram

Nautical a light tender with a flat bottom and a bow formed from the ends of the side and bottom planks meeting in a small raised transom

PRAM

(hardware)

PRAM

(1) (Phase Change RAM) Pronounced "P-ram. See phase change memory.

(2) (Parameter RAM) Pronounced "P-ram." A battery-backed part of the Macintosh's memory that holds Control Panel settings and the settings for the hidden desktop file. If the command and option keys are held down at startup, the desktop settings are cleared and a dialog to rebuild the desktop is initiated.
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PS22, www.kidly.co.uk SEBRA CROCHET SINGING BIRDS PRAM CHAIN: This pram chain with crocheted birds can easily be attached to your pram or car seat.
"I was with my baby in the pram. This woman was lingering around us for five minutes.
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In 1926, following the birth of Princess Elizabeth, royal patronage for Otterburn Mill was extended as Buckingham Palace requested a custom-made rug for the royal pram.
But on April 15 - the first time the new pram had been left in their car overnight - David and Laura said they were shocked to find thieves had struck again.
Researchers at the Global Centre for Clean Air Research, at the University of Surrey, carrying out a review of existing evidence, found that the breathing height of infants in prams was between 0.55m and 0.85m (2ft) above ground level.
"What we have proven here is that the height most children travel at while in a pram increases the likelihood of negative impacts from air pollution when compared to an adult.
One of Amelia's aunties went to the toilet, and the other was holding her with the pram against the wall.
Thinking big ,though, began even earlier when, to give the children achange of scenery, a matron of the East Ham children's home devised a supersized pram in 1943.
The pram manufacturers know this full well, and, if proof were needed, you only have to consider that Silver Cross has actually created a model called the 'Aston Martin Fold Surf'.
In an age where prams are more like mini motors, are establishments within their rights to ask mothers to leave their prams outside?