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ramus

[′rā·məs]
(anatomy)
A slender bone process branching from a large bone.
(vertebrate zoology)
The barb of a feather.
(zoology)
The branch of a structure such as a blood vessel, nerve, arthropod appendage, and so on.
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Ramal said EDL sold a kilowatt hour to private electricity companies between LL50 to LL75 while EDL's subscribers pay LL125, meaning that private concession companies make a profit of up to LL75 for every kilowatt they sell to their customers.
They evacuated the 16 story Sharouq Building in the central Ramal neighborhood.
Ramal lah: Markaz Bi'that al-Tifllah al-Falastiniah.
He sits up for a couple seconds, looks around the room at his teammate from UCLA, Chris Markey, and then his former Birmingham High of Lake Balboa teammate, Ramal Porter.
untested Ramal Sulfuro and Rocio veins in the La Paloma sector of the project
Ramal Jarinal, 320 m, ~100 km WNW of Rio Branco, Acre State, Brazil (09[degrees] 54' S, 68[degrees] 28.
Lo que afirmo despues de recolectar una cooperacion para la construccion del ramal carretero vecinal y para el cual no recibieron apoyo municipal ni estatal.
In the previous rounds Gavin beat Omar Ward (Barbados) 20-0, Merey Akshalov (Kazakhstan) 18-9, Ramal Amanov (Azerbaijan) 21-10 and Onur Sipal (Turkey) 16-7.
Gavin ensured Great Britain will field their strongest Olympic boxing squad for 16 years with a 21-10 win over Ramal Amanov of Azerbaijan.
Birmingham lightweight Frankie Gavin overcame fellow southpaw Ramal Amanov of Azerbaijan 21-10 to reach the quarter-finals.
Birmingham lightweight Gavin overcame fellow southpaw Ramal Amanov of Azerbaijan 21-10 to reach the quarter-finals and with it the required qualification mark for the lighter weights.
Boxing FRANKIE Gavin ensured Great Britain have their strongest Olympic boxing squad for 16 years in Beijing next Summer when the Birmingham lightweight beat fellow southpaw Ramal Amanov of Azerbaijan 21-10 in Chicago to reach the quarter-finals of the World Amateur Championships, the qualification mark.