Ramsden

Rams·den

(ramz'dĕn),
Jesse, English optician, 1735-1800. See: Ramsden ocular.
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One of them, a very tall fellow, with a small head and a languid air, a youth called Ramsden, who was one of Griffiths' most faithful admirers, copied his ties, his boots, his manner of talking and his gestures, told Philip that Griffiths was very much hurt because Philip had not answered his letter.
I tell you, my boy," said Ramsden, "you're jolly well out of it.
Harry Ramsden CEO Joe Teixeira said: ''Given their past experience and intimate knowledge of our brand, the HAAB Group is the perfect partner for us in this venture.
GATESHEAD have completed the signings of Simon Ramsden and Patrick McLaughlin.
Jonathan Ramsden, of Clifton Court in Dewsbury, admitted the offence when he appeared at Kirklees Magistrates' Court.
The Nunthorpe Academy pupil, seeded three, reached the final with a 3-1 victory over second seed Alex Ramsden (11-6, 9-11, 11-3, 12-10).
SIMON RAMSDEN reckons his experience of surviving two brushes with relegation can help Motherwell avoid being swept into the Championship.
com)-- New Hope, PA-based contractor Frank Ramsden is now inviting clients to contact his team for renovation work in early 2015.
Simon Ramsden insists no one at Motherwell believes they are too good to go down - because they remember Hibs last season.
Naylor, now aged 20, and her child's father, Paul Ramsden, also 20, admitted assaulting his ex-girlfriend.
PUNTERS who were around in the 1980s will remember Terry Ramsden as there was a time when you could not pick up a racing paper without reading about the betting exploits of the postman's son from Enfield.
Keen not to disappoint, the school's mini bus driver Mike Ramsden stepped in.