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  • A local columnist (Herb Caen) has proposed the term "ummer" as the solution.

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  • Please note that, thanks to the original underwater basketweaving majors at Uncle Charlie's $ummer Camp, the UC system's grandiose "Fiat Lux" motto often reads "Fiat Slug" upon the hills and within the fringe of the redwood forest overlooking Monterey Bay.

    "The wind of freedom blows." "No, that slogan blows."

  • AJ: As a graduate of Uncle Charlie's $ummer Camp, I harbor few illusions about what "diversity" means in practice.

    "That is not Michigan," elites exclaim, looking at how Michigan citizens voted.

  • P.ummer afterward tried several times to kill Nathaniel P. Langford, who caused his defeat, but was unsuccessful in getting the opportunity he sought.

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  • It gives the kids something to do, especially during the ummer.

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  • Of course, mileage is worse than a ummer since you will need up to 56 espressos in order to move the vehicle a mere mile.

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  • The good news for England fans is that the side's star batsman is determined to help his adopted country regain the Ashes next ummer.

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  • The "Faith & Reason" blogger lamented that "[s] ummer meeting season looms for many of the nation's leading Protestant denominations and that means the culture warriors are manning the battle stations on sexuality issues."

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  • Washington - ummer Bird has won the Belmont Stakes, rallying past Mine That Bird to spoil jockey Calvin Borel's attempt at winning all three legs of the Triple Crown.

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  • Life in D.uble Time: Confessions of an American D.ummer (Hardcover) By Mike Lankford 35 used and new from $0.01 Customer Rating: First tagged "biography" by Loren D. Jones Customer tags:

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  • A person who says "um" a lot.

    August 13, 2008