Ramp

Area where servicing and boarding of aircraft is possible.

RAMP

RAMP was an American soul/jazz band from Cincinnati, Ohio. Andy Kellman glosses the band`s name as `Roy Ayers Music Productions`; others have interpreted it as `Roy Ayers Music Project` - but Ayers was not a member, though he did write and produce songs on the group`s debut album. The group released one album, Come Into Knowledge (1977), sub...
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Ramp

• (n.) Any sloping member, other than a purely constructional one, such as a continuous parapet to a staircase. • (v. i.) To climb, as a plant; to creep up. • (n.) An inclined plane serving as a communication between different interior levels. • (n.) A highwayman; a robber. • (v. i.) To move by leaps, or as by leaps; hence,...
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Ramp

(Allium) These hardy bulbs grow wild in many parts of the world. Many of the varieties are commonly known vegetables such as the Chives, Garlic, Leek, Onion, Ramp and Shallot. Many kinds are grown for their pretty clusters of flowers, which come in an array of colors during the spring and summer. Some of the smaller kinds are great for the rock gar...
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ramp

(from the article `mining`) Another way of gaining access to the underground is through a ramp—that is, a tunnel driven downward from the surface. Internal ramps going from one ...
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ramp

1. To spring; to leap; to bound; to rear; to prance; to become rampant; hence, to frolic; to romp. ... 2. To move by leaps, or by leaps; hence, to move swiftly or with violence. 'Their bridles they would champ,' 'And trampling the fine element would fiercely ramp.' (Spenser) ... 3. To climb, as a plant; to creep up. 'With claspers and tendrils, the...
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ramp

incline noun an inclined surface connecting two levels
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Ramp

Ramp (rămp) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Ramped (rămt; 215); present participle & verbal noun Ramping .] [ French ramper to creep, Old French , to climb; of German origin; confer German raffen to...
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Ramp

Ramp noun 1. A leap; a spring; a hostile advance. « The bold Ascalonite Fled from his lion ramp Milton. 2. A highwayman; a robber. [ Prov. Eng.] 3. A romping woman; a prostitute. [ Obsolete] Lyly. 4. [ French rampe .] ...
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Ramp

A ramp should be at least 4 feet in width and have a gradient no greater than 1:12. (The incline should be no greater than one inch to every 12 inches of length).
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Ramp

A secondary or tertiary inclined opening, driven to connect levels, usually driven in a downward direction, and used for haulage.
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Ramp

A secondary or tertiary inclined opening, driven to connect levels, usually driven in a downward direction, and used for haulage.
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Ramp

A section of the playfield with a raised gradient. Ramps generally lead either to raised playfields or to inlanes.
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Ramp

A slanted attachment option to STAR CASE Style 'E' cases for increasing the accessibility in and out of the case. STAR CASE ramps typically store in the front hinged or removable lid.
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Ramp

A sloped transition between two elevation levels. Has a specific meaning under Americans with Disabilities Act.
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Ramp

A term used to describe the application of a controllable rate of change to a signal, such as an acceleration time.
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Ramp

A wild leek that grows in the Eastern United States.
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RAMP

acronym: Remote Atmospheric Measurements Program
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RAMP

acronym: Remote Atmospheric Monitoring Project
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ramp

Also referred to as a boat ramp or launch ramp. It is the launch-retrieve area for a boat.
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ramp

deviation of the conductor rail at each end of a section to facilitate the running on (leading ramp) and running off (trailing ramp) of the collector shoe
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Ramp

In architecture the term ramp refers to any sloping member, other than a purely constructional one, such as a continuous parapet to a staircase. And also to a short bend, slope, or curve, where a hand rail or cap changes its direction.
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Ramp

Inclined rostrum, normally sloping up from the stage floor.
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Ramp

Ramp is British slang for the bar in a public house.
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ramp

Ramps, also known as wild leeks, are wild onions, which resemble scallions with broader leaves. They can be found in specialty produce markets from March to June and grow from Canada to the Carolinas. Although the garlicky-onion flavor of ramps is a bit stronger than leek, scallion, or onion, it can often be used as a substitute for any of those......
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