Ram

Ram, ram, or RAM may refer to:

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Norberto Ramírez
... Norberto Ramírez Áreas (late 18th century, León, Nicaragua — 11 July 1856, León, Nicaragua) was a Nicaraguan lawyer and politician ... of the garrison in San Salvador led by General Francisco Malespín forced the resignation of Ramírez's predecessor, Colonel Antonio José Cañas ... not agreeable.) After José Damián Villacorta rejected the appointment, Norberto Ramírez took over the government ...
Alex Ramírez
... exander Ramón Ramírez (born on 15 August 1974) is a Venezuelan former Major League Baseball (MLB) outfielder who currently plays for the Yokohama DeNA BayStars of Nippon ...
Epson QX-10
... running at 4 MHz, provided up to 256K of RAM organized in four switchable banks, and included a separate graphics processor chip (µPD7220) manufactured by NEC to provide advanced graphics capabilities ... were launched a basic CP/M configuration with 64 K RAM and the HASCI configuration with 256 K RAM and the special HASCI keyboard to be used with the bundled application suite, called Valdocs ...
Creative Micro Designs - Products For Commodore's C64 and C128
... transfer speeds FD series Floppy disk drives HD Series Hard disk drives RAMLink RAM upgrade for C64/128, essentially a RAM disk with battery backup used 1-MB and 4-MB 30-pin SIMM memory ... the C64/128 with a 16-bit WDC 65816 CPU @ ~20 MHz SuperRAMCard Fast RAM expansion card to fit inside a SuperCPU ...
Dhubri District - History
... In 1669 AD Raja Ram Singh, Raja Ram Singh of Amber was deputed by Emperor Aurangzeb to crush a rebellion by the Ahom king Chakradhwaj Singha ... But Assam was a difficult country for such an operation and Raja Ram Singh requested Guru Teg Bahadur (Punjabi ਗੁਰੂ ਤੇਗ਼ ਬਹਾਦੁਰ, Hindi ... This operation was actually a punishment for Ram Singh because it was from his custody that Shivaji and his son had escaped, a few years earlier ...

Famous quotes containing the word ram:

    At one time or another, almost every politician needs an honest man so badly that, like a ravenous wolf, he breaks into a sheep-fold: not to devour the ram he has stolen, however, but rather to conceal himself behind its wooly back.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)