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OTHER WORDS FROM ramramlike, adjectiveun·rammed, adjective
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WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH RAMRAM , ROM
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Although the RAM and storage meet only the minimum requirements for high efficiency, its compact price and size make it a top 2-in-1 pick.Best 2 in 1 laptops: Work hard, play hard with these versatile picks|PopSci Commerce Team|January 27, 2021|Popular-Science
This will allow you to crawl as many URLs as your RAM can handle.How to use XPath expressions to enhance your SEO and content strategy|Brad McCourt|January 11, 2021|Search Engine Watch
After all, Meier and his teams were cramming games onto computers with all the space and processing power of today’s microwave ovens—in fact, your microwave probably has more RAM.Sid Meier Is Here to Remind You That Life Is Full of Interesting Decisions|Alex Fitzpatrick|September 11, 2020|Time
In terms of processing power, you’ll find an underpowered Intel processor paired with an abysmal 4GB of RAM, along with 64GB of internal storage.Microsoft's Pint-Sized Surface Go 2 Is a Deceptively Cheap Budget Laptop|Patrick Lucas Austin|May 11, 2020|Time
But it remains to be seen if Reid actually is committed to ramming through new rules with a more slender majority.Senate Fight Over Filibuster Reform Rages, With Eye on Nuclear Option|David Freedlander|December 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I can see no remedy for this, however, apart from simply ramming the crucial points home, again and again.
PLUS, Peter Beinart on the case for ramming health-care through.
In my case, it probably would be “Down periscope”—after accidentally ramming some Greenpeace research vessel.
And we can make it mighty unpleasant for anybody who comes ramming into this region in a small way.Scattergood Baines|Clarence Budington Kelland
Ramming his hands in his pockets, he pulled out a handful of silver.Quin|Alice Hegan Rice
Brass tubes can easily be bent by ramming full of sand, stopping the ends, and bending them over a curved surface.Secrets of Wise Men, Chemists and Great Physicians|William K. David
The method of ramming wheel cases, or any other sort in which the charge is driven solid, is the same as sky-rockets.Endless Amusement|Unknown
Ramrod, ram′rod, n. a rod used in ramming down the charge in a gun.
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Acronym for random access memory, which is a type of memory in which a reader can go to a specific item without having to start at the beginning. Random access memories can often be altered once an item is found. (See computer memory and magnetic memory storage; compare ROM.)