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rami

 [ra´mi] (L.)
plural of ramus.

ra·mi

(rā'mī),
Plural of ramus.
[L.]

rami

(rā′mī′)
n.
Plural of ramus.

ra·mi

(rā'mī)
Plural of ramus.
[L.]
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In his view, the accusation of the post-chess also goes into the void, many current constitutional judges were the SP closer than Rami the FP.
When Murray came to Groundhog Day, Variety reported that the star had eschewed his 'usual' US$8 million salary for the him, which was budgeted in the US$15~20 million range (5)--perhaps a sign of his confidence in the material and in Ramis' direction.
Ramis joined The Second City in 1969, and in 1976 became head writer for the Canadian-based comedy show Second City Television, or SCTV.
Another comedy actor Billy Crystal who is probably most famous for "When Harry Met Sally" tweeted that Ramis' death was a "big loss" to everyone.
But well before then, Ramis saw in Murray the potential for a kind of cosmic stoner Buddha.
Ramis made his directorial debut two years later with the cult classic "Caddyshack," a comedy in which Rodney Dangerfield and a destructive, dancing gopher wreak havoc on an exclusive golf course.
Ramis endured an injuryravaged time with Wigan after rupturing his knee cruciate ligaments in a Premier League encounter at Fulham last January.
Coyle wants Ramis' strength and skill in the push for Championship points, with three key games in a week that could put his team in the top six.
De este periodo, Ramis destaca su obra A Short history of Ethics (1966), la influencia que recibe del segundo Wittgenstein, y la atencion al contexto social y linguistico para entender la accion dentro de una narracion en la que esta cobra sentido.
Ramis had frankly little opportunity to demonstrate his defending capabilities because West Ham rarely got close to the Wigan goal until the frantic closing moments.
Boss Michael Laudrup has been ordered to sell his best players in a bid to ease the cash crisis and Ramis will be one of the first to ship out.
The Makers: Harold Ramis, director; Larry Gelbart, Peter Tolan, and Rands, writers