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ramps

 (rămps)
n.
Variant of ramp3.
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Bhaer down on his hands and knees, with Tina on his back, Kitty leading him with a jump rope, and Minnie feeding two small boys with seedcakes, as they roared and ramped in cages built of chairs.
Balintawak Cloverleaf southwest ramp going to EDSA-Cubao and the rightmost lane going to A.
As Shobhika Kalra, founder of Wings of Angelz, a social initiative aimed at making the world more wheelchair-friendly, called upon volunteers to join in the effort, she said participation in the event titled Key Information Technology Year of Zayed Ramp Day would go a long way in creating greater awareness about the need for ramps in the city.
As much as 1,500 ounces (oz) to 2,000 oz of gold are estimated to be poured in February during ramp up with 2018 production estimated to be 45,000 oz to 50,000 oz of gold.
(iii) Large turning-angle loops with a curve angle exceeding 720[degrees] (currently, all helical ramps have two or more layers) and a continually changing vehicle direction while driving.
Many premade ramps come with a sandpaper coating that some dogs find unpleasant.
Pompano fishing is suddenly hot, so I'll be heading out early in the morning from DeLand straight to the wind-sheltered concrete ramps at the northwest end of the South Bridge in Fort Pierce.
10 May 2016 - Kewaskum, Wisconsin-based hauling and transportation products retailer DiscountRamps.com has acquired US-based aluminium ramps maker Heavy Duty Ramps LLC, the company said.
Even prior to making a decision to meter a corridor, agencies can preempt infrastructure challenges by building ramps with consideration for metering.
His company, Warren Moe Construction, builds wheelchair ramps, widens doorways and installs grab bars.
The results for the primary spillway, spillway with ramps on the floor and ducts on the walls and spillway with ramp in the floor and walls with ramps are given in eight points.