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96 examples of  ramo  in sentences

96 examples of ramo in sentences

The Bereaved Father The Warden of Molina The Loves of Boabdil and Vindaraja The Infanta Sevilla and Peranguelos Celin's Farewell Celin's Return Baza Revisited Captive Zara The Jealous King The Lovers of Antequera Tarfe's Truce The Two Moorish Knights The King's Decision Almanzar and Bobalias The Moorish Infanta and Alfonzo Ramos

THE MOORISH INFANTA AND ALFONZO RAMOS Beneath the shade of an olive-tree Stood the infanta fair; A golden comb was in her hands, And well she decked her hair.

Alfonzo Ramos with them came, The admiral of Castile.

"Now welcome, Alfonzo Ramos!

" "Tell on, Alfonzo Ramos, Thy life shall be secure.

No, no, più non potrei (vinto mi chiamo) corteccia scorzar, sveller ramo.

Padre Millon went deeply into science, knew the physics of Aristotle and Padre Amat, read carefully his "Ramos," and sometimes glanced at "Ganot."

I guess maybe he sank: to fool the alligator," said the guide, an educated Indian named Ramo.

"You hit him, Ramo!" cried the Spaniard.

But where is he?" "Ramo shot him," answered Joe, for he had seen the creature sink to its death.

On the shore stood Ramo, the guide, with ready rifle.

" "Yes," responded Joe, as he and Blake reached water shallow enough to wade in, "but if it hadn't been for Ramo's gunwell, there might be a different story to tell.

"You did me a good turn," he said to Ramo a little later, as he shook hands with the dusky guide.

" "Oh, it wasn't anything to pop over an alligator that way," Ramo returned.

Are there many alligators in this stream?" he asked of Ramo.

[Footnote 53: "Tal, qual di ramo in ramo si raccoglie Per la pineta in sul lito di Chiassi, Quand' Eolo scirocco fuor discioglie.

[Footnote 53: "Tal, qual di ramo in ramo si raccoglie Per la pineta in sul lito di Chiassi, Quand' Eolo scirocco fuor discioglie.

The same month a telegram informed Tschaikovski that his fiancée had very suddenly become engaged to a singer in her own troupe, the Spanish baritone, Padilla y Ramos, who was two years younger even than Tschaikovski.

R87816, 29Dec51, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) CARRIÓN, MIGUEL RAMOS SEE Ramos Carrión, Miguel.

R87816, 29Dec51, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) CARRIÓN, MIGUEL RAMOS SEE Ramos Carrión, Miguel.

R86792. SEE Ramos Carrión, Miguel.

R80303, 22Jun51, Norman J. Radder (A) RAMOS CARRIÓN, MIGUEL. Zaragüeta, by Miguel Ramos Carrión and Vital Aza; edited by Elijah Clarence Hills and Louise Reinhardt. (Heath's modern language series) © on foreword & notes; 27May24, A793499.

R80303, 22Jun51, Norman J. Radder (A) RAMOS CARRIÓN, MIGUEL. Zaragüeta, by Miguel Ramos Carrión and Vital Aza; edited by Elijah Clarence Hills and Louise Reinhardt. (Heath's modern language series) © on foreword & notes; 27May24, A793499.

R86792. SEE Ramos Carrión, Miguel.

RAMOS, PETRONA, joint author.

Philippine folk dances and games, by Francisca Reyes, Petrona Ramos and Florence E. Dangerfield.

Francisca Reyes, Petrona Ramos & Florence E. Dangerfield (A); 25May55; R150450. REYMONT, LADISLAS.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

CARRION, MIGUEL RAMOS.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

RAMOS CARRION, MIGUEL.

Two Spanish plays: El chaleco blanco, por Miguel Ramos Carrion, El sueno dorado, por Vital Aza. Edited with introd., exercises, notes and vocabulary by Juan Cano and Emilio Goggio.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

<pb id='036.png' /> CARRION, MIGUEL RAMOS.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel CARROLL'S KENTUCKY CODES, CIVIL AND CRIMINAL WITH FORMS, ANNOTATED.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

RAMOS CARRION, MIGUEL.

Zaragueta, comedia en dos actos original de Miguel Ramos Carrion y Vital Aza, edited by Carlos Castillo and Agatha Cavallo.

PROUST, MARCEL. Lettres a la N. R. F. Bibliographie proustienne par G. da Silva Ramos.

With illus. by Alfredo Ramos Martinez.

pb id='454.png' n='1971h2/A/3725' /> RAMO, SIMON.

Fields and waves in modern radio, by Simon Ramo & John R. Whinnery.

Simon Ramo & John R. Whinnery (A); 8Dec71; R518030. RAMSAY, EUGENE P. Complete recipes to make jams & jellies with M.C.P. powdered pectin.

WHINNERY, JOHN R. Fields and waves in modern radio. SEE RAMO, SIMON.

SEE RAMOS, GRACILIANO.

SEE RAMOS, GRACILIANO.

RAMOS, GRACILIANO. Anguish.

By Milton J. Cross, line drawings by Dolores Ramos.

R87816, 29Dec51, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) CARRIÓN, MIGUEL RAMOS SEE Ramos Carrión, Miguel.

R87816, 29Dec51, Haldeman-Julius Co. (PWH) CARRIÓN, MIGUEL RAMOS SEE Ramos Carrión, Miguel.

R86792. SEE Ramos Carrión, Miguel.

R80303, 22Jun51, Norman J. Radder (A) RAMOS CARRIÓN, MIGUEL. Zaragüeta, by Miguel Ramos Carrión and Vital Aza; edited by Elijah Clarence Hills and Louise Reinhardt. (Heath's modern language series) © on foreword & notes; 27May24, A793499.

R80303, 22Jun51, Norman J. Radder (A) RAMOS CARRIÓN, MIGUEL. Zaragüeta, by Miguel Ramos Carrión and Vital Aza; edited by Elijah Clarence Hills and Louise Reinhardt. (Heath's modern language series) © on foreword & notes; 27May24, A793499.

R86792. SEE Ramos Carrión, Miguel.

RAMOS, PETRONA, joint author.

Philippine folk dances and games, by Francisca Reyes, Petrona Ramos and Florence E. Dangerfield.

Francisca Reyes, Petrona Ramos & Florence E. Dangerfield (A); 25May55; R150450. REYMONT, LADISLAS.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

CARRION, MIGUEL RAMOS.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

RAMOS CARRION, MIGUEL.

Two Spanish plays: El chaleco blanco, por Miguel Ramos Carrion, El sueno dorado, por Vital Aza. Edited with introd., exercises, notes and vocabulary by Juan Cano and Emilio Goggio.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

<pb id='036.png' /> CARRION, MIGUEL RAMOS.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel CARROLL'S KENTUCKY CODES, CIVIL AND CRIMINAL WITH FORMS, ANNOTATED.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

SEE Ramos Carrion, Miguel.

RAMOS CARRION, MIGUEL.

Zaragueta, comedia en dos actos original de Miguel Ramos Carrion y Vital Aza, edited by Carlos Castillo and Agatha Cavallo.

PROUST, MARCEL. Lettres a la N. R. F. Bibliographie proustienne par G. da Silva Ramos.

With illus. by Alfredo Ramos Martinez.

pb id='454.png' n='1971h2/A/3725' /> RAMO, SIMON.

Fields and waves in modern radio, by Simon Ramo & John R. Whinnery.

Simon Ramo & John R. Whinnery (A); 8Dec71; R518030. RAMSAY, EUGENE P. Complete recipes to make jams & jellies with M.C.P. powdered pectin.

WHINNERY, JOHN R. Fields and waves in modern radio. SEE RAMO, SIMON.

SEE RAMOS, GRACILIANO.

SEE RAMOS, GRACILIANO.

RAMOS, GRACILIANO. Anguish.

By Milton J. Cross, line drawings by Dolores Ramos.

"Idem ter socios pura circumtulit unda, Spargens rore levi et ramo felicis olivæ.

Friday, November 12, 1714. 'dura Exerce imperia, et ramos compesce fluentes.' Virg.

Wherefore, I believe that in order to restore tranquillity in the province, consideration be given to various documents that have been presented to the Government and to the standing Committee of Justice; and that there be removed from office Señor Alfonso Ramos, as well as said Señor Manuel de León, who has no prestige whatever in this province.

In medio ramos annosaque bracchia pandit Ulmus opaca, ingens, quam sedem Somnia volgo Vana tenere ferunt, foliisque sub omnibus hærent.'

Odi quell' usignuolo Che va di ramo in ramo Cantando: 'Io amo, io amo!'

Odi quell' usignuolo Che va di ramo in ramo Cantando: 'Io amo, io amo!'

" The Franciscans came to Puerto Rico in 1534, but founded no convent till 1585, when one of their order, Nicolas Ramos, was appointed to the see of San Juan.

Of Nicolas Ramos, the last Bishop of Puerto Rico, who united the functions of inquisitor with the duties of the episcopate, Canon Vargas says: " ...

Memoria sobre todos los ramos de la administración de la isla de Puerto Rico.

Inquisition, the, in Puerto Rico; Nicolas Ramos, the last Inquisitor; abolition of the Inquisition; reestablished.

The other companions of our expedition from the household of the governor were F. de Morla, Escobar, Heredia, Ruano, Escudero, and Ramos de Lares, besides many other adherents of the governor.

Cortes sent at this time for me and one Martin Ramos, who had been on the former voyages, inquiring our opinion respecting the word Castillano, which was so often repeated by the Indians of Cotoche when we accompanied Cordova, saying he was convinced it had allusion to some Spaniards who were in that country.