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  • proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Pamela.


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  • With these appetizers, the ginger beer or non-alcoholic palm wine called Pammy are swell accompaniments.

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  • Three things you'd hate to hear while fellating someone for the first time: "That's not just a blister," "Watch your teeth – I'm positive!" or "Don't worry, even Pammy Anderson has hep C . . ."

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  • Nelson and Marsalis, while Cow Bop spotlights a singer identified only as "Pinto Pammy."

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  • Looks like Pammy Anderson crawled out of bed and forgot her pants on her way to an art event in Miami the other night.

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  • Pammy, would you have Bettina bring out some coffee and sandwiches?”

    Babylon Nights

  • Pammy, I need you to help me work on that speech for the theater dedication tomorrow.

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  • I heard Pammy in the background asking something about a bottle of wine.

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  • With Pammy curled up beside him like a faithful little tabby.

    The Opposite of Me

  • I started to walk slowly back across the bar to Matt and Pammy.

    The Opposite of Me

  • “You can let us off here,” Matt said, and he paid the driver while Pammy slid out.

    The Opposite of Me


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