- Arthur MichaelBaron Ramsey of Canterbury, 1904–1988, English clergyman and scholar: archbishop of Canterbury 1961–74.
- a town in NE New Jersey.
- a town in SE Minnesota.
- a male given name: from a Scandinavian word meaning “wooded island.”
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Video of the horrific episode was captured by a bystander, Ramsey Orta, who then sold it to the New York Daily News.Before Eric Garner, There Was Michael Stewart: The Tragic Story of the Real-Life Radio Raheem
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President Johnson and Attorney General Ramsey Clark were initially wary, too, “for good reason,” says Barone.Missouri Governor Jay Nixon Shows Us How Not to Govern
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According to Ramsey, his Lampo Group sells “hope,” and that business has given him an estimated net worth of $55 million.
The public criticism enraged Ramsey, who, according to one current employee, went on a “warpath” to expose the Twitter critics.
Ramsey has tweeted photos of his gun collection, which includes semi-automatic rifles.
There is a river famous for trout that rises in Sulby glen and flows into Ramsey harbour.
Robbie left her at the church door, and he's off by the Ramsey packet for England.
She had little errands there that could not be done in Ramsey.
Csar was coming in from the preaching-room, and Pete from the new house at Ramsey.
I believe in my heart, Philip, nobody in Ramsey went to bed the first night at all.
- Sir Alf (red) (Ernest). 1922–99, English footballer and football manager, who played for England 32 times and managed England when they won the World Cup (1966)
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