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Derby County
   football club is known as   
The Rams
XXXIV
   Super Bowl winner was   
St. Louis Rams
23-16 v. Tennessee Titans
Colorado State
   has the   
Rams
Fort Collins, Colorado
Tom Roberts
   painted   
Shearing the Rams
1888-90, Australia; The Ian Potter Centre, NGV at Federation Square, Melbourne
Los Angeles
   has the   
Rams
NFC West. Founded in 1936, moved from St. Louis in 2016
St. Louis Rams
   are in the   
NFC West
Trams Only
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Anne Ramsey
   starred in   
Throw Momma From the Train (1987)
The "In" Crowd
   was released by   
The Ramsey Lewis Trio
1965 - inducted in 2009
Holography
   is defined as   
The Process of Producing Holograms
Ramshead Range
   are located in   
Australia
Part of the Snowy Mountain region in New South Wales.
How Quickly Deft Jumping Zebras Vex
   are all   
Pangrams
Sentences that use every letter of the alphabet
Ramsay MacDonald
   is/was the   
U.K. Prime Minister
January 1924 - November 1924; June 1929 - June 1935
She's the Man (2006)
   starred   
Amanda Bynes, Channing Tatum and Laura Ramsey
Director: Andy Fickman. Also starred Vinnie Jones, David Cross & Julie Hagety
1000
   is the number of   
Micrograms in a Milligram
William Powell Frith
   painted   
Ramsgate Sands
1852/4, Royal Collection; purchased by Queen Victoria
The Battle Rages On
   features   
Ramshackle Man
Anne Ramsey
   won for   
Throw Momma From the Train (1987)
Best Supporting Actress
Abrams Air Craft
   was named after   
Talbert Abrams
Ramsey Campbell
   wrote   
The Hungry Moon
1996
      
WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty
Establishes rights and privileges for performers and producers of audio-visual works.
Vikramshila Setu (bridge)
   is in   
India
Bhagalpur
Virginia Woolf
   created the character   
Mrs Ramsay
To the Lighthouse, 1927
Ramsey Campbell
   won the award for   
Mackintosh Willy (1980)
Short Fiction
Rhombuses, Trapezoids, Parallelograms
   are all   
Quadrilaterals
B.U.R.M.A., M.A.L.A.Y.A., I.T.A.L.Y., B.O.L.T.O.P.
   are all   
WW II Envelope Monograms
Postal Acronyms written on the reverse of letters sent by soldiers to their lovers back home… BURMA=Be Upstairs Ready My Angel , MALAYA=My Ardent Lips Await Your Arrival, ITALY=I’m Thinking About Loving You, BOLTOP= Better On Lips Than On Paper
Ramses II
   was an   
Egyptian King
Reign: 1279-1213 BCE
Gordon Ramsay
   wrote   
Humble Pie
Scottish born Chef with loads of Michelin Stars
James Ramsay MacDonald
   was U.K. Prime Minister from   
1924-1924
Labour, born in Scotland, he was the 1st secretary of the Independent Labour Party (1900)
Arthur Michael Ramsey
   was Archbishop of Canterbury from   
1961 - 1974
Translated from York; retired; died 1988
Ramses II
   was an   
Egyptian King
Reign: 1279-1213 BCE
Ramsey Bay
   is located in   
Isle of Man
Ramsey
"The "In" Crowd"
   was released by   
The Ramsey Lewis Trio
1966 - Best Jazz Instrumental Album
The Facts of Life
      
Tootie Ramsey
Deerhunter
   released the album   
Cryptograms (2007)
Ramsey Campbell
   won the award for   
Alone With the Horrors (1994)
Best Collection
Tron (1982)
   has the last line:   
“Greetings, Programs!”
Neighbours
   is set in   
Ramsay Street
Ramsay Street, Erinsborough
Ramsay
   's clan motto is   
"Pray and Work"
Trams Crossing Ahead
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Ramsey MacDonald
   is   

1924, 1929-1935
The Ramsey Lewis Trio
   released the single   
The "In" Crowd
1965; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2009
There Are No Anagrams of the Word "stationed"
   is   
False
Antidotes
J.J. Abrams
   has the middle name   
Jacob
Screen Director, Writer and Producer
Gordon Ramsay
   was born in   
Johnston, Scotland
November 8, 1966
National Recovery Act, Social Security, WPA
   are all   
New Deal Programs
Apple
   has a variety named   
Ramsdell Sweet






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