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Ramos, PR -- U.S. comunidad in Puerto Rico
Population (2000): 2004
Housing Units (2000): 790
Land area (2000): 1.089079 sq. miles (2.820701 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.089079 sq. miles (2.820701 sq. km)
FIPS code: 68771
Located within: Puerto Rico (PR), FIPS 72
Location: 18.344294 N, 65.712011 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Ramos, PR

Ramos is a surname of Spanish or Portuguese origin. It may refer to:

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But he decided it was probably something else, something he didn't know about yet, that made Ramos seem wired.

He opened the door, paid for the delivery and gave Ramos a bottle from the new bucket.

Bosch looked over toward the back of the hangar and saw Ramos standing with a group of men wearing bulky black jumpsuits.

It was a few long moments of silence and then Ramos came back up on the air.

There was a report over the captain's radio and then he looked at Ramos and said, "Nada.

Looking between the front seats, Bosch saw Ramos give the pilot the thumbs down sign and the craft began its descent.

There were no doors or windows on this exposure and he was thinking that they could approach with reasonable cover when he heard Ramos yell.

They moved to the crushed front of the helicopter where Ramos, gun in one hand, was trying to slide through the hole where the front window used to be.

Bosch heard the gun's ejector go dry and Ramos was pulling the trigger on an empty chamber.

There was a report over the captain's radio and then he looked at Ramos and said, 'Nada.

Glass clinked as Ramos rummaged with one arm among the bottles beside him.

When he was a child, Ramos had carried him perched on one shoulder like a pet lizard.

He'd felt taller than the ships' masts then—and perfectly safe, because Ramos steadied him with a hand as solid as carven stone.

Dennis took the bottle and knife from Ramos whose fingers didn't resist.

He twined the fingers of his free hand with those of Ramos, marveling at how near to a size he was with the man he remembered as a giant.