Ramoon

Ra`moon´

    (rå`mŌn´)
n.1.(Bot.) A small West Indian tree (Trophis Americana) of the Mulberry family, whose leaves and twigs are used as fodder for cattle.
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Gangland killer Justin Ramoon, 25, was flown in from the Cayman Islands using the Colonial Prisoners Removal Act 1884.
A Raisin in the Sun, Lorraine Hansberry; dir: Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj.
Douglas was found guilty, along with his brother Justin Ramoon, in May last year of the killing of Jason Powery outside a bar.
The program began when playwright/director Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj was in Arkansas researching his civil rights--themed It Happened in Little Rock.
It was indeed the young New York-based director Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj, in need of a ride.
Godspell, book: John-Michael Tebelak; lyrics and music: Stephen Schwartz; dir: Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj.
Director Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj is preparing a Congo Square Theatre Company production at Chicago's Goodman Theatre that centers on the profound Christian faith of many in the African-American community, with the holy family definitely at the center of the action.
Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj, the producing artistic director of New York City's Rebel Theater Company, is lending his services to Arkansas Rep as project coordinator.
Intimate Apparel, Lynn Nottage; dir: Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj.
Breathe, Javon Johnson; dir: Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj.
met his protege Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj 10 years ago--they were sitting next to each other in class, the oldest and youngest students in the MFA directing program at Brooklyn College.