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    1. ram of three years old, and a turtledove, and a young

    2. Knowing how thin the margin is between victory and defeat, Ram Devlin races to the Squidies' homeworld moon with a weapon of mass destruction that could end the war in seconds

    3. Ram: If it chases you, there will be a delay in paying a debt or fulfilling a promise; if it hits you, it augurs loss of money

    4. Just when Abram is about to run the knife through, an angel cries out, “STOP!” and a ram caught in a bush is provided

    5. Miss Jones spun around in an anti-clockwise direction when the young man’s shoulder hit her left arm with all the force and momentum of a battering ram

    6. momentum of a battering ram

    7. The rain has stopped now, though it’s still cold and raw and I ram my hands into my pockets to keep them warm

    8. In a foolish attempt to impress Solo Ki, Theodorous dashed forward, his axe blowing the undead back like a battle ram

    9. pushed into the subconscious, specifically to the front of the warehouse or RAM

    10. RAM are then pushed into Cold Storage (B)

    1. Griggsy! She'd never know what he'd put in there, what he'd done, what ridiculous, crazy, stupid, arrogant, pompous, jackass technology he'd gone right ahead and rammed into the thing's very registers, into its very fibers, into the permanent read-only fixtures of its central core

    2. Between them they manhandled the two ruffians to the rubbish store, threw them in and rammed the door shut, using a nearby length of discarded metal bar to jam the door firmly

    3. stockpot and even though the pot lid was rammed down as hard as

    4. Chrissie rammed her hands into the pockets of her jacket and hugged it to herself

    5. Nimblefax returned Beauties look with a nod and rammed his horns into the showman's rump

    6. The freak had rammed the truck so hard the glass cracked where its head collided and it bounced away dazed

    7. Finally, without even a tremor of her hand, she lifted the key to the slot and rammed it home

    8. She smiled wide and seductively, just as she rammed her knee into his pelvis, sending the bewildered sailor crumpling to the ground, wailing in agony

    9. Wincing, she rammed the heel of her hand into his nose

    10. The clacker rammed into the wall

    1. The local people bustle about, the women – as women anywhere, obviously shopping while herding small children and the men either busily rushing around or lounging staring into space – I watch as a woman with two children makes desperate attempts to stop the elder of the two under her care from pinching some fruit from a stall … the little devil waits until she is occupied in conversation with the stall owner before sneakily nicking an apple and ramming it into his pocket

    2. Ted staggers backwards, ramming the base of his spine against the corner of the fridge, rocking the lamp, making Alex shimmer

    3. “‘You faithless son of Priapus! You should be ramming it in me!”

    4. But remember the murderer’s words: ‘You faithless son of Priapus! You should be ramming it in me!’ He was outraged that Peiton wasn’t being faithful to him

    5. Now, worst of all, she’d have to hear innuendo from her friends about Theoton ramming his member into the gerula’s damaged tits

    6. Still, blowing off in a great hurry was a form of selfishness that always left her dissatisfied, no matter how tolerant she might try to be of the youth ramming it into her cunt

    7. went aground on Copper Island, a sister island to Bering Island, but saw land just in time to avoid ramming the shore

    8. Ramming the car into gear, she floored the accelerator, constantly checking in the rear-view mirror as they sped away

    9. commercial airliners; ramming two into the World Trade Center, (bringing both towers down and leaving thousands of people dead in its wake), one into the Pentagon, (that fortunately incurred far less damage) and another that crashed in rural Pennsylvania before reaching its final destination after passengers heroically seized control of the airliner from the hijackers; leaving everyone dead on board

    10. She wrapped her legs around his waist and he put his hands on her ass, lifting her up and then ramming her down

    1. rams, and seven thousand and seven hundred he goats

    2. the rams of Nebaioth will serve you;

    3. Rams could be clouds in the sky

    4. He promised four rams in sacrifice when we arrived, one for each of the chief winds

    5. 3, the exporter of sheep, lambs, or rams, was for the first offence, to forfeit all his goods for ever, to suffer a year's imprisonment, and then to have his left hand cut off in a market town, upon a market day, to be there nailed up; and for the second offence, to be adjudged a felon, and to suffer death accordingly

    6. Consequently, the ironclad rams were

    7. construction of the two ironclad rams CSS Stonewall and CSS

    8. The next week Dallas was playing the Rams at Dallas

    9. Rams hadn’t won a road game all year nor the year before

    10. is better than sacrifice, and to listen than the fat of rams

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    Synonyms for "ram"

    ram tup random-access memory random access memory random memory read/write memory aries aries the ram drive force chock up cram jam jampack wad crash pound ram down buck sheep maul mallet bar collide beat poke hook

    "ram" definitions

    the most common computer memory which can be used by programs to perform necessary tasks while the computer is on; an integrated circuit memory chip allows information to be stored or accessed in any order and all storage locations are equally accessible

    (astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Aries

    the first sign of the zodiac which the sun enters at the vernal equinox; the sun is in this sign from about March 21 to April 19

    a tool for driving or forcing something by impact

    uncastrated adult male sheep

    strike or drive against with a heavy impact

    force into or from an action or state, either physically or metaphorically

    undergo damage or destruction on impact

    crowd or pack to capacity