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.
Tom Ramsden, Director of Development has accepted a promotion to Vice President, Development, and Saint Viator will welcome Kristen Daniels to fill Ramsden's previous role.
She received a 26-week jail term suspended for 18 months, and was banned from approaching victim Paul Ramsden for four years.
New book charts history of the Ramsden family A new book is being published about the Ramsden family, who once owned Huddersfield.
Alex Meyer, Marketing Director of Harry Ramsden, explains: "We use the highest quality prime, whole fish for these two new products to ensure they are representative of what consumers would find in our restaurants, and the dishes we have been perfecting since 1928.
Ramsden Industries (London, Ontario, Canada) and the Canadian province of Ontario have announced they are partnering to invest in technology and grow Ramsden's business.
ISG Middle East has appointed Steve Ramsden to the position of managing director.
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.
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.