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Byram, MS -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Mississippi
Population (2000): 7386
Housing Units (2000): 2817
Land area (2000): 17.834278 sq. miles (46.190567 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.303959 sq. miles (0.787249 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 18.138237 sq. miles (46.977816 sq. km)
FIPS code: 10140
Located within: Mississippi (MS), FIPS 28
Location: 32.194093 N, 90.270087 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
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Byram, MS

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Usage examples of "byram".

When Stavia's older brothers, Habby and Byram, had been five years old, each of them, too, had been brought to Michael.

Every shadowed corner of the place was full of things that said Dawid, or Habby, or Byram, or Jerby.

It’s been seven, eight years since we gave Byram to his warrior father.

Not that any of Marthatown’s garrison except Habby and Byram would know Joshua.

Habby and Byram and Jerby all home, with Joshua and Morgot fixing special meals and giving presents.

She went flitting out every morning with flushed cheeks and a giddy laugh, her usual trousers changed for short, colorful gowns for which Habby and Byram had learned a short and very vulgar name, going twice a day to the assignation house, drinking beer and wine and dancing with Barten in the carnival taverns until all hours of the night.

So did Habby and Byram and Jerby, Habby and Byram resignedly, Jerby in tears.

Because the Byram ville fools hadn't noticed or guessed the significance of the silver bracelets and anklets worn by the driver, the whores and all the people seated on the ground, they were in for a very unpleasant surprise.

But we learn from the History of Hindustan, as translated by Dow from the text of Ferishta, that Moazz-eddin Byram Shah, king of Delhi, whose reign began in 1239 and ended in 1242, was involved in troubles with his vizir and principal omrahs, by whom a mutiny was excited amongst his troops.

Born 2 February, to Katrina Hardesty Hornblower and Byram Edward Hornblower.

Named after one of the Betazoids who died in the fight to drive the Dominion off the planet during the war, it was built on the site of Byram Hall, the place where Lwaxana and Ian Troi were married, which was destroyed when the Dominion took Betazed.