hambone


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hambone

(ˈhæmˌbəʊn)
n
(Music, other)
a. a method of striking the body in order to provide percussion
b. (as modifier): hambone rhythms.
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Curtis' Story: BBQ Blunder Leaves Boxer with Skewer of Vengeance As the 2015 Hambone Award winner, Curtis will receive the coveted bronze Hambone Award Trophy, as well as a Nationwide gift bag filled with toys, treats and various pet supplies.
This year's lineup includes members of the Irish-American group Solas, fiddler and hambone player Steve Hickman, Scottish harpist Maeve Gilchrist and Norwegian fiddle player Mariel Vandersteel.
Next to the mammy hung another sign: Hambone cigars.
October is the month when Clarksdale goes all out and hosts multiple festivals, the Second Street Blues Party, Pinetop Perkins Homecoming Celebration, another Cat Head Mini Blues Fest, and the Hambone Festival, which will be held October 30 through November 3.
And Hambone, a street schizophrenic, comes into the diner each day and eats for free.
GOLD, silver, bronze - there is a dazzling array of awards all over the wall at the Hambone, Llandudno, and the accolades keep coming in.
This strange tale of survival was nominated for December's Hambone Award by Veterinary Pet Insurance, named for a dog that was stuck in a refrigerator and wolfed down an entire ham while trapped inside.
In summer, when we dug potatoes and the green beans were coming on strong, we would always have a huge pot of new potatoes and green beans on the stove with a fat hambone and a ladle in it.
Walton, washboard and scrub brush, hambone, kazoo, vocals.
Gizzard and Hambone consists of a series of jokes designed to police the borders of gender and race privilege.
The Lord is a redbug is a tiny filter and is trying to be all rust-colored and funny and tap tap and hambone.
While the unassuming, mentally challenged savant Hambone speaks truth to corruption, Aunt Ester Tyler also defies the image of the neighborhood priestess that she is.