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ram·son

 (răm′zən, -sən)
n. often ramsons
A Eurasian plant (Allium ursinum) having edible leaves and bulbs with a pungent garliclike flavor. Also called wild garlic.

[Middle English ramsyn, from Old English hramsan, pl. of hramsa.]
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A meeting between squatters living on the disputed Sir Ramson Farm in Njukini, Taita Taveta, and county
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Los premios de literatura de Bellas Artes quedaron como sigue: Marcela Sanchez Mota, Premio Juan Rulfo para Primera Novela: Dante Medina, Premio de Novela Jose Ruben Romero; Jaime Romero Robledo, de Narrativa Colima para Obra Publicada; Armando Gutierrez Mendez, de Cuento San Luis Potosi; Mario Bojorquez, de Ensayo Literario Jose Revueltas; Roberto Ramson.
Then add onion or garlic, plus carrot, ramson (wild garlic), thyme, basil, peppercorns, one bay leaf, salt and half a bottle of Chardonnay.
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