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  • n. Plural form of ham.
  • n. , slang) The hamstring muscles; the biceps femoris


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  • • The Company's wholly-owned French operations which produce and market private-label hams and other specialty products primarily in the French market.

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  • For instance, most of the nearly 20 people who gathered at the Brookline Safety Complex on Saturday for part one of a two-day course on becoming licensed amateur radio operators - commonly called "hams" - were there with visions of future emergencies on their minds. local, state, business and sports news

  • You can can get your leg of lamb, leg of goat, bone-in hams, and rack of lamb from vendors at the University District and West Seattle Farmers Markets.)

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  • But I live in Tennessee and I’m proud of it and I call my hams ‘Smoky Mountain Country ham.’

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  • Animal haunches – otherwise known as hams – need no comment.

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  • Some of these shells, called hams, -- clams of great size, with valves in the form of a club, -- had fixed themselves upright in the mire, giving the appearance of a submerged Celtic camp, with a succession of obelisks swallowed up by the depths of the sea.

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  • As a precaution the store also recalled hams with sell-by dates between

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  • The recalled hams were produced at Cannon Falls-based Lorentz Meats and distrivuted to Kowalski's Markets.

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  • Needless to say, though, any song with the line "To save my daughter and eat the hams is the order of the hour" in it is at least mildly geeky ...

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  • Most were "hams" with inner theatres they could translate into graphical characters.

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