Ames


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Ames

 (āmz)
A city of central Iowa north of Des Moines. Iowa State University of Science and Technology (founded 1858) is here.
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"An easy-going, free-handed gentleman," said Ames, the butler.
As to the other denizens of the old building, it will suffice out of a large household to mention the prim, respectable, and capable Ames, and Mrs.
Ames had arrived, and we ran back into the room once more."
"It was nearly six o'clock," said Ames, the butler.
Douglas had visitors to tea," said Ames. "I couldn't raise it until they went.
I expect he'll get the school here if Miss Ames decides to leave."
The n ames of the artists are warrant of good enterTemment.
Fisher Ames expressed the popular security more wisely, when he compared a monarchy and a republic, saying that a monarchy is a merchantman, which sails well, but will sometimes strike on a rock and go to the bottom; whilst a republic is a raft, which would never sink, but then your feet are always in water.
at 769 ("Nationwide's Compliance Statement, of which Ames was aware, provides: 'If you have reason to believe that Nationwide is not in compliance with the law, contact your local HR professional, the Office of Ethics, or the Office of Associate Relations to report the circumstances immediately.'").
A court heard Ames used a "Rambo" knife to inict the horric injuries on the 26-year-old, who had been lured to a at in South Shields.
According to company history, Bridgewater, Massachusetts blacksmith John Ames began to make iron-bladed shovels in about 1774, shortly before the Declaration of Independence was written.
Ames was a faithful, active member of West Pines Baptist Church in Greenacres and he was active in his local recovery group.