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“I have always been called 'Pow!' by my friends and business partners," said Romney, who insists that his tax records are all under the name "Pow!”
“According to Romney strategists, the former Massachusetts Governor plans to re-enter the race using the name "Pow!”
“: "Pow" is short for powder, which is the fluffiest snow, which is clearly the best when behind a snowmobile.”
“The Austin Pow Wow is held on the 1st Saturday of November at the Tony Burger Center in Austin.”
“Before their magical Kicks party appeared at the Black Cat in all its David Bowie-to-the-Ramones-to-Jesus and Mary Chain'd glory, DJs Kim and Sara hosted a night called Pow Wow at the now-closed Felix and Spy Lounge.”
“He's got a band called Pow Pow that I think is going to be opening for us.”
“The festival, dubbed a Pow Wow, will offer free camping around Pickwick Lake for the weekend and will end on Sept. 20 as some Trail of Tears riders choose to continue their trek to Oklahoma.”
“Ironically, John Madden - know for his "Pow", "Kaboom" and "Bang" descriptions of NFL contact -- is chairing the committee.”
“With pails and mops and brooms and rags and an alchemicus of detergents, scouring powders and waxes (to which well-paid marketing experts had given names such as Pow, Rid, Thrill, and Zap-carefully chosen for their simple violence), Amanda and John Paul set out to clear all those compartments of dirt, dust and debris.”
“An Eskimo, having sold us a reindeer, said it would be "mazinkah kow-kow" (good eating), and one windy day we were hauling the seine, and an Eskimo seeing its empty condition when pulled on to the beach, said, "'Pow' fish; bimeby 'pow' wind, plenty fish.”
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