Housing Units (2000): 117
Land area (2000): 1.501572 sq. miles (3.889054 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.501572 sq. miles (3.889054 sq. km)
FIPS code: 66300
Located within: North Dakota (ND), FIPS 38
Location: 46.234089 N, 103.654679 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 58651
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Usage examples of "rhame".
The Archbishop of Rhames never strayed from his monastery without the Lady Fialla.
Archbishop of Rhames met formally for the first time the next morning: Sedry was subdued, his Aura, his charismatic smile in abeyance, but there was reason for that.
Gespry of Rhames is a thorn in my side, but I will leave him alone, if you say.
Darion camp, men rushing from the picket lines, from the messes, half-washed and still wet from the river, to see the legendary Archbishop of Rhames and his small following: the same five, the least young archer among them knew, that had followed him the past ten years.
Zormerian, who had gazed at the beautiful Fialla of Rhames with his young heart in his eyes only moments before, turned to stare at his uncle in speechless awe.
I see as yet nothing that creates a major deviation from the Pattern set back in Rhames, when this journey was decided upon.
Near the fire was a steaming open pot of the drink called coffee Gespry had discovered during one of his commissions in the deserts west of Rhames, and upon which he had become thoroughly dependent.
Govvin, the western desert nomads, made a pact with South Embersy, and sought to remove Rhames from the maps.
It was good timing on their part: Most of our army was fighting Genneldry for possession of the Calabad Islands, and even if they could have been withdrawn without terrible loss, they would have had to fight their way to Rhames from the sea.
Lady Elfrid and the Archbishop of Rhames, and both have the born honor of a knight.
Gespry of Rhames will not, after all that has passed this month, name the creatures as they are properly called!
He was never content to merely look, and only his respect for the Archbishop of Rhames as an ally and a swordsman has kept him from pressing his attentions.
If he died, there would be loss of revenues, loss of a certain prestige, and Rhames would lose, also, a certain bargaining piece in trade, not having Gespry anymore to keep its borders tame, or to lend to those who need aid in taming their own.
Elfrid now sat as much in command of the physical being as did the personality she and the real Gespry of Rhames had fashioned for her.
With one swift motion, he swept aside his hood, knelt at her side: Lantern and firelight fell upon thick white hair as the true Archbishop of Rhames gathered his mistress to him.