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“Rombo' was one of the first sounds generated by a noise machine, while 'rama' comes from the Greek word panorama, which means an overview of the complexity of human activity, thus making Romborama an appropriate album name.”
“This carb-o-rama is guaranteed to get anyone through until the afternoon comida.”
“In his peerless 1834 novel "Le Père Goriot," Balzac wrote: "The recent invention of the Diorama, carrying optical illusion a stage farther than the Panoramas, had prompted the comic practice in some artists 'studios of adding' rama 'to words.”
“By now the suffix 'rama' has become part of the language, four letters used to signify sweep, expanse or grandeur.”
“Entry tags: animal farm, cry babies, rama revealed, rendezvous with rama, sofa of time”
“Entry tags: angels they grow lonely the, arthur c. clarke, gerry jones, peoria plague the, rendezvous with rama, story of the shadow the, taybridge, three ring circus”
“The Life-Size Mousetrap, Coke Zero and Mentos (note they switched brands!), Russell the Electric Giraffe, a fleet of electric muffins, rocket launches and the Robotic Warship Combat and Swap-a-rama-rama.”
“(Video: Joe Pavelski amazing spin o rama goal against predators 3-11-2010, posted to YouTube by FlyingMagicPotatoes)”
“Clowns covering for clowns criticized by clowns for not coming to the clown fest … Normally at a traveling carnival like this you have to pay for the main clown show under the big top … Not here … You can sit back, get some popcorn and maybe a cold beverage, and watch the clown-destruct-o-rama unfold for free!!”
“Grab a shoebox on the way home and you are well on your way to that 5th grade book report diarama rama …”
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Ancient Vedic language of India, Yoga, Buddhism and Hinduism
Words I like mostly because of the way they sound and feel.
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