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  • n. Plural form of Hummer.


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  • An armoured collum of prime movers & Hummers is going to attract unwanted attention & is very picky on road quality.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Gentlemen’s Club.

  • Give me hard numbers; prove to me that driving Hummers is going to cook the world.

    Tom McIntyre Explains His Picks for our 2009 Hunting and Fishing Heroes and Villians Face-Off

  • Hummers is a religious belief that, even though I don't like them, they are sacred and valuable in the eyes of God.

    Byron and Romantic Occidentalism

  • He doesn't reflect that the middle/upper-middle class sense of "responsibility" that drives otherwise perfectly serviceable men out to the suburbs in Hummers (which houses, cars and private schools then necessitate a six figure salary) isn't responsibility at all but a need to maintain the status symbols of class.

    Brad Pitt and Envy

  • Ji Lee, Andrew Wilcox and Nelly Ma wanted to do something to raise awareness about the harms of the monster truck mommy vans called Hummers, rolling through suburbia.


  • AM General execs sped-up their plans for making a civilian version and put together a deal to supply these newly-named "Hummers" to General Motors.

    Steve Parker: Hummer's Now History -- Here's How It Started

  • When only a short time ago, oil was about to hit $50 a barrel, Wall Street went berserko saying, “America can’t run on $50 oil and at the same time drive class “A” motor homes and Hummers, which is mandatory for our professional athletes.”

    When Good News Goes Bad:

  • The other program - aimed at people who work in local restaurants and bars - offers less expensive fares, and requires passengers to join a "club" and hold a kind of Hummers of Vail-issued photo ID.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • "Hummers" (a tradition where the minority party mocks the majority party with skits at the end of session), the Republicans were pretty ruthless on Curry.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Every day and every night the Marines, sailors and soldiers of the task force patrol the towns, roads, and deserts of the area on foot and mounted in armored "Hummers" 7-ton trucks, tanks, and "Amtracks" often searching buildings and vehicles, looking for weapons, explosives, and the terrorist criminals who seek to harm us and the innocent people of Iraq.

    Marine Corps Moms


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