rami Hamdallah has three weeks to form a coalition to rule over Palestine's limited self-government.
In his short stint as PM, rami Hamdallah failed to connect with the young folk or the old folk or any folk, really.
“rami was just another person that was in that area,” she told The Daily Beast.
Zeidan is playing a high-stakes game, according to Libyan intelligence official, rami El Obeidi.
However, Palestinian villagers are still shopping at settler-owned rami Levy stores.
rami of mandible anchylosed together at symphysis and suture largely obliterated.
Third pair with the rami one third longer than those of the second pair.
Pedicels of the cirri long; rami rather short; segments elongated, not protuberant.
The rami of the mandible are not ankylosed together in front.
On examination after death, the rami of the ischium were found “little more than half an inch asunder.”
ramus ra·mus (rā'məs)
n. pl. ra·mi (-mī')
Any of the primary divisions of a nerve or blood vessel.
A part of an irregularly shaped bone that is thicker than a process and forms an angle with the main body, especially the ascending part of the lower jaw that makes a joint at the temple.
Any of the primary divisions of a cerebral sulcus.