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ament

A term of historic interest for a person who is profoundly retarded.

ament

A person mentally deficient from birth. The term literally means ‘without a mind’.
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Microsoft Dynamics CRM now provides customers with a fully integrated (converged) suite of products to enhance customer engagement via multiple touch points and to do so with enterprise-wide intelligence supported by [its] Business Analytics platform," Ament says via email.
The big hit for Dragon 88 in the fourth frame was a triple by Ament.
We still have the rocket range-clearing mission, so we'll still keep that at least for the near term," Colonel Ament said.
Ament was talking about the system of water canals and ditches that farmers use for irrigation water, water that is taken from and returned to rivers after use for agricultural purposes.
In Iridescent Light, the art critic Deloris Ament tells the stories of 21 artists who lived and worked in Washington state during the formative years in their careers.
For example, Ament provides a high-level overview on how the information in the book is organized, including a blurb on each chapter; a mention of the glossary, index, and cross-references; and alphabetized guidelines.
Thomas Ament as county executive during the winter.
His clients include Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead, Adam Clayton of U2 and Jeff Ament of Pearl Jam.
Jessica Ament, MCIC is the 1999 CSC Graduate Student Essay Competition winner.
Massachusetts: Seth Abrams Ament, Falmouth Academy, Falmouth; Scott Alexander Fruhan, The Roxbury Latin School, West Roxbury.
If Colorado Senator Don Ament pulls off what he wants, he could tip state politics - on its side.
At the same time, we sampled other branches and collected 20 pistillate aments (fruiting branches) for each species, counting the number of ovaries in florets and bracts per pistillate ament.