What Is a Pram?


A pram is a stroller or a carriage for a baby and is a short form for the term perambulator. Prams are used for the purpose of protecting a baby from overexposure to the sun. The usage of prams became popular during the Victoria Era and the prams at that time consisted of a baby's bed and a half cover.
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A pram looks like a bassinet on large, high wheels. The handle is at one end, with a canopy at the other so you can look at your baby's face while you walk. Pram strollers range in
Pram:1:a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around.
Icandy prams are baby carriages that are manufactured in the United Kingdom. They are modern copies of older baby strollers and they are very high quality.
pram: a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around
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PRAM in computing stands for Parameter random access memory. It contains very important information such as settings for a computer's startup disk and startup volume, time zone, and speaker volume. It is a non-volatile chip and keeps bits of information about the System setting stored between power downs.
A pram is short for the term perambulator, which is essentially a stroller for a baby.
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