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  • n. Plural form of om.


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  • She is going for the firefighter from Long Island who feels intimidated by "oms" and New Age music.

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  • But that's part of the fun of melding "oms" and the outdoors, according to Kristi Rogers, director of BYS Yoga on the South Side. - News

  • I don't want to deny her her Italian carbs, her Indian oms or her Bali Hai beach romance.

    Sandip Roy: Eat, Pray, Love: aka I, Me, Myself

  • Luckily, the next couple of months offer plenty of options for free yoga and the chance to do a little stretching, chant a few oms and build up a reserve of calmness to deal with the inundation of out-of-towners.

    Om free

  • During labor, you may find comfort in singing, laughing, giggling, or making low, open sounds, “ohhhhs” and “ahhhhs” and “oms.”

    Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth

  • As I walked down the street where I lived for the last time, I inhaled deeply through my nose and chanted “oms” to calm myself.

    Holly Would Dream

  • And urly in da mornin, da vet c oms an piks dem an bringses dem to ur momma in his or her liddul blak bag!

    Sabotage Kitteh… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • You may sing, laugh, giggle, or make low, open sounds, “ohhhhs” and “ahhhhs” and “oms.”


  • The proposed rules can be found on the Internet at www. htm.

    Radio Address Paper On The Environment

  • She appeared in the sitting-r ` ~oms of Hoopwestern on the lunchtime television news against the only slightly orchestrated cheers.



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