ramex

ramex

(1) An obsolete, nonspecific term for any scrotal protuberance or tumour. 
(2) Hydrocele. 
(3) A nonspecific term for weakness of the abdominal wall.
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Batesville 1986 29 Ram Venture Holdings Little Rock 2004 30 Ramex Synfuels International Inc.
The W32/Pykse-C worm (also known as Ramex, Skipi or Pykspa) spreads via Skype's chat system in a variety of languages including English, Russian and Lithuanian.
A midpiece is absent in the ent-aquasperm (sensu Jamieson and Rouse, 1989) of the terebellids Ramex californiensis and Nicolea zostericola (Rouse and McHugh, 1994), and of the capitellid Micromaldane sp.
Ultrastructure of spermatids and spermatozoa in Ramex californiensis and Nicolea zostericola (Terebellidae;Polychaeta).
In November 1980, Stearns leased mining rights on more than 8,000 acres within the Daniel Boone National Forest to another company, Ramex Mining Corp.
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSM) told Ramex to shut down, saying surface coal mining is not allowed on federal lands in a national forest unless the miner has valid existing rights and underground mining is permitted only where the surface effects are found not to be incompatible with significant recreational, timber, economic, or other values.
Asi se llama la mas reciente produccion discografica de Tam y Tex que tiene el respaldo del sello Ramex Records Inc.
under [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] the trade name RAMEX.
I&K was acquired by Countryside Foods, LLC, an entity controlled by private equity sponsor Ramex, Inc.
The plan of reorganization would result in a one for thirty Ramex reverse split of its issued and outstanding 28,138,765 shares and then plans the acquisition of the SportsSports.