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tam

 (tăm)
n.
A tam-o'-shanter.
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tam

(tæm)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) short for tam-o'-shanter
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tam

(tæm)

n.
a tam-o'-shanter.
[1890–1900; by shortening]
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Noun1.tam - a woolen cap of Scottish origintam - a woolen cap of Scottish origin  
cap - a tight-fitting headdress
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Through the Tam Tam Mobile, nearly every morning at 6 a.m., a team of young men from Melen make their way through the community.
Ding-a-Ling was absolute filth, but knowing and laughout-loud funny with it, much like Bumbum Tam Tam, while a closing salvo of 16 Shots and Hutton' Me wee soaring blasts of Jamaican melodies and very British beats.
After his performance to MC Fioti's Bum Bum Tam Tam, he bounded across to the judge to shake his hand.
Leaf is another heart-warming play created by Tam Tam Theatre, whose previous shows for very young children include Circles in the Sand and Curious.
El Abla TamTam (Egyptian) Cast: Yasmin Abdulaziz, Hamdy Al-Merghany, Bayoumi Fouad El Abla TamTam poster The film revolves around a music teacher working in a private school called Tam Tam, who is known for her weak personality in front of her students, and her reluctance to make decisions, which gets her into trouble.
The story of the movie is about the escape of a group of prisoners through a secret underground tunnel; when theyget out, they find themselves in a school and decide to hide there, but Abla Tam Tam confronts them in a series of comic events.
Flip over a package of kosher-for-Passover cake mix (or mayonnaise, soup mandlen, potato chips, cooking sauces, Tam Tam crackers, matzo ball soup mix, canned tuna, margarine, or salad dressing, to name a few), and cottonseed oil is almost certain to show up in the ingredient list.
He has been at some of the most prestigious dance parties, including Brazil's Tribe Festival and Experience Festival and Denmark's Tam Tam Festival.
STOOL: Tam tam chrome stool stamp edition gold, Made In Design, www.madeindesign.co.uk, PS67.10
PS14.50, Diva at Miss Selfridge Popular in the late 60s, the tam tam plastic stool is lightweight, versatile and has a removable top for inside storage.
Mikulas Koska, Jan Musil, Jakub Horejsi, David Minar, horns; Jindrich Pavlis, clarinet; Petr Valasek, Voltech Nydl, bass clarinet; Ondrej Roskovec, bassoon; Dalibor Kalvey, Martina Bacova, David Pokorny, Vladimir Klansky, violins; Karel Untermuller, Vladimir Kroupa, violas; Hana Baborakova, Vit Petrasek, cello; David Pavelka, bass; Svatopluk Cech, cajon and cowbell; Petr Holub, snare drum, tam tam, cymbal; Petr Ostrouchov, timpani, bass drum; Jana Bouskova, harp.
Abbas Othman, from Djibouti, said a traditional drum called "Tam Tam' made of goatskin attracted many people.