humhum

humhum

(ˈhʌmˌhʌm)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a coarse Indian cotton cloth
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(.) O o o pocoto, segura ele ((coloca mais animais perto de M)) 44) Hum humhum ((M esta com uma mao nos animais e outra no telefone)) 45) Mais um boi, o oo (.) Me da o cavalo?
The longest Keith finds are the six-letter HUMHUM, HUMMUM, and MUUMUU; for Dvorak the equally sized KIKUYU mad PIUPIU make a reappearance.
MP Hussein Humhum, of Diala province, told Aswat al-Iraq that "the US forces provided aerial protection to the armed groups, particularly Qaeda organization, in a manner that contradicts the signed accords between Iraq and America".
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