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“For the next 60 days, it will be known as Pom Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Pa.”
“Two carry-alls, a series of puffa bags and one titled the Pom Pom, cover all occasions and shift from simple to flashy.”
“The original in - congruity runs through the whole; the king is mm Ot/ar, and now the Lyon; and the name Pom is given to the Supreme Being.”
“a series of puffa bags and one titled the Pom Pom, cover all occasions and shift from simple to flashy.”
“Your observation about your mum's sensitivity to being called a Pom, etc. struck a chord - my mum emigrated here at 12 from the US and, while by no means a rah-rah supporter of her homeland, she's quite sensitive about generalised anti-US sentiments.”
“The irony of this being reported in Murdochs rag 'The News of the World' is that newspapers in Australia owned by the Dirty Digger routinely use the word 'Pom' to describe anyone of English descent.”
“Alternately, you can make your own by reducing pomegranate juice such as Pom to 1/4 of its original volume.”
“I was now a 'Pom' in the ears of my fellow countrymen.”
“The onlooker suggested she be snapped with a little black "Pom," who had found his way into the room and was now an interested spectator, on his vantage ground, a big sofa.”
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