[rey-mahrk] /ˈreɪ mɑrk/
a developed by the U.S. Coast Guard as a marine navigational aid.
- Raised ranch
noun an American domestic architectural style of house with a long, close-to-the-ground profile and a finished basement that is partly or completely above ground Examples The raised ranch was extremely popular in the United States from the 1960s to 1970s, as new suburbs were built. Word Origin 1960
- Raised bog
noun 1. (ecology) a bog of convex shape produced by growth of sphagnum and other bog plants in acid conditions and the subsequent build up of acid peat
the two heights of the Zophites or of the watchers (only in 1 Sam. 1:1), “in the land of Zuph” (9:5). Ramathaim is another name for Ramah (4). One of the Levitical families descended from Kohath, that of Zuph or Zophai (1 Chr. 6:26, 35), had a district assigned to them in Ephraim, which from […]
the designation given to Shimei, the manager of David’s vineyard (1 Chr. 27:27).