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ramal

 [ra´mal]
pertaining to a ramus.

ra·mal

(rā'măl),
Relating to a ramus.

ramal

/ra·mal/ (ra´m'l) pertaining to a ramus.

ra·mal

(rā'măl)
Relating to a ramus.

ramal

pertaining to a ramus.
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Ramal warned that the Energy Ministry might be forced to increase electricity rationing if the energy plan was not implemented soon.
The Ramal Sulfuro zone is a hanging wall branch of the Sulfuro vein discovered
Santos on 20 November 2006 at Ramal Jarinal and a male was heard calling consistently throughout the morning from a Guadua bamboo thicket in terra firme forest.
Next he will face another stiff test in fellow southpaw Ramal Amanov of Azerbaijan.
Talayeh notices Ramal and Sholeh are getting closer and Tracey comes to the conclusion Ken could not have attacked Terry as he has a cast-iron alibi.
Her character Sholeh Tenniz has the hots for handsome Iranian Ramal Kirmani - and Mary confesses it could be the start of a real-life romance.
If the demand is not carried out, we will lead a general, sweeping and popular uprising," said Sheikh Wassfy al-Assy, brother of the chief of the Obeidi tribe, which hosted the meeting of the clan leaders on Monday in Ramal, a village 55 miles southwest of Kirkuk.
If the demand is not carried out, we will lead a general, sweeping and popular uprising", said Shaikh Wassfy Al Assy, brother of the chief of the Obaidi tribe, which hosted the meeting of the clan leaders recently in Ramal, a village 100 km south-west of Kirkuk.
An extensive review of the literature spanning 10 years reveal only one study that has statistically established a significant relationship between those two factors (Calvo, Dial, Ojeda, Ramal, & Aleman, 2001).
Samal Ramal Sabir, 22, of Primrose Hill Street, Hillfields, Coventry, driving with an incorrect licence, failing to produce a licence, using a vehicle without a certificate of insurance, failing to produce a certificate of insurance, using a vehicle without a test certificate and failing to produce a test certificate, fined pounds 290.
Illustrating the hybridity of performance worldwide, Schechner surveys everything from Shakespeare to chimpanzee theater, urban happenings, Ramlila (or the play of Ramal, which takes thirty-one days to perform in Ramnagar across "the holy city of Banaras"), colonial mimicry, gender and racial "passing," British prime minister Tony Blair's performance of "informality" before a television camera, the pig-kill dance in Papua New Guinea, and terrorism as a performance event.
He was paying tribute to Sikh servicemen and wore the ramal headscarf for the visit, where he praised the contribution Sikhs have made to the "rich tapestry of life in Britain".