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ingram

(ˈɪŋɡrəm)
n
an ignorant person
adj
ignorant
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I believe there is quite a party assembled there; Lord Ingram, Sir George Lynn, Colonel Dent, and others.
I should think there were fifty ladies and gentlemen present--all of the first county families; and Miss Ingram was considered the belle of the evening.
I never saw a more splendid scene: the ladies were magnificently dressed; most of them--at least most of the younger ones--looked handsome; but Miss Ingram was certainly the queen.
An hour or two sufficed to sketch my own portrait in crayons; and in less than a fortnight I had completed an ivory miniature of an imaginary Blanche Ingram.
Ingram was awarded the Medal of Honor for extraordinary courage and heroism.
We review the performance of each operation every year," said James Ingram, general counsel for K-Mart Canada.
Providing book products to retailers and directly to consumers, Ingram distributes to nearly 100 countries in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific each month.
I believe (Detective Charles) Ingram has plenty to say to cast suspicion on the other suspect," Deputy Public Defender Mitchell Bruckner said.
New Cisco Express Leasing Program Gives Ingram Micro Resellers Immediate Access to Cisco Capital Leasing Offerings
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the leading provider of maintenance contract management services, today introduced the Cisco Services Quick Quote Tool, a new portal offering designed to facilitate ordering and pricing for Cisco products sold via the Ingram Micro Inc.
Chip Ingram, host of the globally-known radio broadcast ministry Living on the Edge, returns to his Bay Area roots on March 2nd when The Spirit of the Bay AM 1100 KFAX will feature Ingram as its keynote speaker of the popular KFAX Speaker Series 2006.