Examples from the Web for ramsay
Contemporary Examples of ramsay
At one point, Ramsay is shown crowing over one of their desserts.Amy’s Baking Company: A Real-Life Kitchen Nightmare
May 15, 2013
Ramsay doubtless felt the need to make something extraordinary from this pulpy departure point.Tree of Life Wins Palme D’Or
May 21, 2011
By his early thirties, Ramsay had a burgeoning empire of his own and a series of Michelin stars to show for it.
Back then, Ramsay was an up-and-coming player in the food world, a working class Scot whose father drank too much and abused him.
Historical Examples of ramsay
Ramsay's Gentle Shepherd was there too, which she liked for the good sense in it.Heather and Snow
It seems acceptable that Ramsay and others have settled that.The Book of the Damned
Be sure Ramsay and West were careful to paint smoothly enough after that.
The bland, obsequious, well-informed Ramsay became a great favourite.
Ramsay corresponded with Voltaire and Rousseau, both of whom he visited.
- Allan . ?1686–1758, Scottish poet, editor, and bookseller, noted particularly for his pastoral comedy The Gentle Shepherd (1725): first person to introduce the circulating library in Scotland
- his son, Allan 1713–84, Scottish portrait painter
- James Andrew Broun Ramsay See Dalhousie (def. 2)
- Gordon. born 1963, British chef and restaurateur; achieved a third Michelin star (2001)
- Sir William . 1852–1916, Scottish chemist. He discovered argon (1894) with Rayleigh, isolated helium (1895), and identified neon, krypton, and xenon: Nobel prize for chemistry 1904
- British chemist who discovered the noble gases argon (with Lord Rayleigh), helium, neon, xenon, and krypton. For this work he was awarded the 1904 Nobel Prize for chemistry. In 1908 his research showed that radon was also a noble gas.