punim

pun·im

(po͝on′əm)
n. pl. pun·ims Slang
The face: "A large, heavyset figure with gray hair caught her eye. She had a familiar punim. Who was she?" (Patricia Welles). "Now your adorable punim is ready to light up that stage" (Adam F. Goldberg & Marc Firek).

[Yiddish (dialect of southern Poland and Galicia) punem, face, from Hebrew pānîm; akin to Akkadian pānu, front, Arabic finā', courtyard in front of a house, and Ge'ez fənnā and Syriac pnitā, side.]
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The tracks are "Ferry Nice", "Subway", "By Myself", "Stoop", "Library Book", "Brooklyn Baby", "Pizza", "Rainbow Bagels from Outer Space", "Love is Love", "Shayne Punim", "Hipster in the Making (Remix)", "Apples in My Apples", and "Sunday Morning".
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