Ramage

Ramage is the surname of several notable people, including: It may also refer to: ...
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Ramage

• (n.) Warbling of birds in trees. • (n.) Boughs or branches. • (a.) Wild; untamed.
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ramage

(from the article `pre-Columbian civilizations`) ...referred to as barrios pequeños, or `little wards.` If these are descent lines, then the calpulli resembled quite closely a type of kin group ... ...to include other groups in terms of putative birth order and patrilineal descent, the basis of the pastoral social organ...
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Ramage

Ram'age (răm'aj; 48) noun [ French, from Latin ramus a branch.] 1. Boughs or branches. [ Obsolete] Crabb. 2. Warbling of birds in trees. [ Obsolete] Drummond.
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Ramage

Ra·mage' (rȧ*māj') adjective Wild; untamed. [ Obsolete]
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ramage

boughs of a tree
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Ramage

The USS Ramage is an American Arleigh Burke Class guided missile destroyer of 8300 tons displacement. She is powered by four General Electric LM 2500-30 gas turbines producing 100000 total shaft horsepower and a top speed of over 30 knots. She is manned by a crew of 23 officers and 300 enlisted men and is armed with standard missiles; Harpoon; Toma...
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