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Rampa

Place

The Rampa located in Natal, is a former passenger station and transport connection, used as a seaplane base. Due to its strategic position in Natal, Rampa has been used for missions of war in South America since World War II. Currently, it houses a Museum of Aviation and World War II.

Characters

  1. Rampa is a fictional character from Satang, a 2000 film directed by Bhandit Rittakol.
  2. Rampa a.k.a. M.L. Wilairampa Taewaprom is a fictional character from 2013 Thai lakorn Khun Chai Ronapee.

Film

"Rampa" a.k.a. "Sompa" is a 2012 Tulu comedy film directed by Rajan Lyallpuri and produced by Namratha Hegde Productions, starring Sadashiv Amprapurkar, Arvind Bolar, Ajathashatru and Namratha Hegde. The comedy is set in Mangalore, and marks the first appearance of veteran Indian actor Sadashiv Amrapurkar in a Tulu film.

Phrases with Rampa

  1. Xestospongia Rampa
  2. Strongylophora rampa
  3. Species Xestospongia Rampa
  4. species Strongylophora rampa

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Google previewTransactions (1906)

For A.D. ... by WORCESTER COUNTY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, WORCESTER, MASS., Edward W. Lincoln

The Rampa is a public driveway leading along the face of the mountain, lined on both sides with charming yillas and commanding a fine view of the city and its surround1ng mountains. Its culminating point is the Piazza Michael Angelo; ...

Google previewThe Westminster Review (1879)

Rampa is a tract of unhealthy country, little visited by Europeans ; the people are of the simple aboriginal type, which, according to the system of management, may be converted into either bandits or loyal subjects, like the Santhals. The excise ...

Google previewThe Westminister Review (1879)

Rampa is a tract of unhealthy country, little visited by Europeans ; the people are of the simple aboriginal type, which, according to the system of management, may be converted into cither bandits or loyal subjects, like the Santhals. The excise ...

Google previewTransactions of the Worcester County Horticultural Society (1906)

by Worcester County Horticultural Society, Worcester, Mass

The Rampa is a public driveway leading along the face of the mountain, lined on both sides with charming villas and commanding a fine view of the city and its surrounding mountains. Its culminating point is the Piazza Michael Angelo; ...

Google previewSelected Essays (2001)

by Vi͡acheslav Ivanovich Ivanov, Robert Bird, Michael Wachtel

The Russian word rampa means the elevation of the stage and its consequent separation from the audience. It is commonly, but anachronis- tically, translated as "footlights." 40. See Maurice Maeterlinck, "Modern Drama," Double Garden ( New ...

Google previewTransactions of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society (1905)

by Massachusetts Horticultural Society

The Rampa is a public driveway leading along the face of the mountain, lined on both sides with charming villas, and commanding a fine view of the city and its surrounding mountains. Its culminating point, the Piazza Michael Angelo, ...

Google previewTaking Shape - carmina figurata (2015)

by Jan D. Hodge

Rampa is an irrigation ditch; balut (hard-boiled duck egg) is a snack food peddled everywhere; the ulupong is a poisonous snake often found in the palayan (rice field); makisig means handsome [man]. In Tagalog, the vowels are pronounced ...

Google previewHorticulture (1907)

The Rampa is a public driveway leading along the face of the mountain, lined on both sides with charming villas and commanding a fine view of the city and its Surrounding mountains. Its culminating point is the Piazza Michael Angelo, ...

Google previewJournal of Horticulture and Home Farmer (1907)

The Rampa is a public driveway leading along the face of the mountain, lined on both sides with charming villas and com- □ manding a fine view of the city and its surrounding mountains. Its culminating point is the Piazza Michael Angelo; ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Pseudoscience (2013)

From Alien Abductions to Zone Therapy by William F. Williams

Rampa claimed to have been born in 1911 in Lhasa and to have spent many years, from the age of seven,inesoteric trainingforthe priesthood,specializing in Buddhist medicine, and then to have written an ...

Google previewA Dictionary Of The Malayan Language, In 2 Parts, Malayan and English And English and Malayan (1812)

by William Marsden

sintak, L-ty rampa. WRESTLE Još giimul; (throw down) L-as ampas . Whetched co-chelāka, co-sci-2, rāsak siti; (poor) -$5 päpa. WRiggle ,- jūlor, **śo co- jälan bergoyang-göyang, Whing (as linen) vo; pillas, so prah; (to extort) o ...

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AFERKA "Language" studio RAMPA DANCE KONIN 2015

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Scrabble value of R1A1M3P3A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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