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rambler

a weak-stemmed plant, esp any of various cultivated hybrid roses that straggle over other vegetation

rambler

A one-story dwelling; a ranch house.
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Mr Hunt added as well as campaigning to keep paths open to the public, many people turned to the Birmingham ramblers because of the group's knowledge.
The integration of Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email solution into Rambler.
Our new personalized startpages give users full control over their daily digital lives and access to Russia's best online content and search services -- all from a single, customizable page," said Mark Opzoomer, CEO Rambler Media.
Obviously Wild Oats XI's owner Bob Oatley sees Rambler 100 as a major threat to his boat's supremacy for line honours in five of the last six Rolex Sydney Hobarts.
He certainly looks plotted up on the fence inside Greenacre Silk, who is not short of early himself and may act as a `buffer' between Apple Rambler and the rest as the Jones dog inevitably flags in the closing stages.
Rambler Media makes up a significant segment of the market, having developed some of Russia's top Internet brands.
Ramblers were also pioneers in 1890 of a novel football experiment which is still with us today.
7 /PRNewswire/ -- CyraKnow today announced the March launch timeframe of its newest Rambler audio phrase books created specifically for iPod-savvy travelers.
LAKEFIELD Rambler is in line for a crack at Cheltenham's four-mile National Hunt Chase after winning a novice chase that would not have looked out of place at a far grander track than Folkestone, writes Graham Dench.
Altius also holds 30% of Rambler Metals and Mining plc, which owns the Rambler copper-gold project.