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  • n. A person from Hamburg.


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From Hamburg +‎ -er.


  • Another ‘MY Hamburger is better than YOUR Hamburger’ fight!

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  • As such, Hamburger is equal parts myth debunker and modernization theorizer; Pizza traces transatlantic classism, corporate global­ization, and methodology-as-variety; and Pancake offers an iterative look at comfort food, cultural controversy, and appellative breadth.

    Cover to Cover

  • This is why outbreaks are sometimes referred to as Hamburger disease.

    London Free Press

  • Someone mistakenly called him "Hamburger"--I liked it.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • "harm" that the introduction of words such as Hamburger (actually a German word imported into English) is likely doing to French.

  • Tacita Dean’s Michael Hamburger is a short film of the venerable poet and critic talking about the varieties of apples he grows in his Suffolk garden.

    June « 2009 « Squares of Wheat

  • We people from Berlin don't really like eating ourselves, hehe, unlike people from Hamburg, who are called Hamburger ;-.

    Look Out, Germany

  • "I probably haven't shot slides in like 10 years," said Ray Potes, founder of a San Francisco-based photography magazine called Hamburger Eyes.

    Kodak to Take Kodachrome Away

  • Heidilou – In the German city of Hamburg they used to eat a speciality dish of pounded steak, known as the Hamburger steak.

    I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday… « XUP

  • What: A Hamburger is a patty of meat beef, pork, chicken or other or vegetables that is fried or grilled and served on a bun, usually with condiments like ketchup and mustard and lettuce.

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