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1. verb To eat something, often excitedly. ("Nom" is generally deemed imitative of the sound of eager eating.) Do you have anything I can nom on? I'm starving! I can't wait to finally sit down and nom on this pizza—it looks so good!
2. nom An expression of one's excitement for something they are eating or are about to eat. In this usage, "nom" is often repeated more than once. I can't wait to finally sit down and have some of this pizza—nom nom nom.
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Afin de mieux comprendre comment les individus d'aujourd'hui se situent par rapport a ces regles lorsqu'ils ont a negocier leur passage au statut de parents, nous avons analyse l'evolution de l'attribution du nom au Quebec a partir des donnees provenant des bulletins des naissances de 2010 collectes par l'Institut de la statistique du Quebec ainsi que d'un corpus d'entretiens recueillis en 2013.
But Tom Hiddleston lands his first-ever Globe nom as the suave spy at the center of AMC's "The Night Manager" and is exactly the kind of likeable rising star HFPA voters love to celebrate.
Mehdi Abdeljawed membre du bureau politique du mouvement Projet de la Tunisie (Machrou Tounes) a qualifie dimanche d'"illogique" l'opposition des deux deputes Walid Jalled et Mustapha Ben Ahmed au changement du nom du groupe parlementaire Al Horra lors de ses journees parlementaires.
One of the 12 SAE features postulated by Haspelmath (2001), namely "a preponderance of generalizing predicates to encode experiencers" (2001:1492-1510), assumes that Experiencers appear as surface Subjects in NOM case in the SAE languages.
If the person using the nom de guerre does not deny, that his nom de guerre is in fact the one who signed the document, then I dont see the validity of the document becoming an issue," De Lima said.
The success of NOM of pediatric blunt splenic injuries is well-documented.
8221; NOM staff went through a two-week training program prior to the restaurant's soft opening in November.
We walk into Nom Nom one wintery evening and are a little stunned by its sheer sprawl--11,000 sqft
Marseille etant une des plus grandes villes francaises, capitale d'une region visitee lors des sejours de vacances, le nom de la ville a ete assimile phonetiquement et graphiquement a la langue polonaise.
Based on ZeptoLab's multiaward-winning hit puzzle App - Cut The Rope, toy company Vivid has a range of toys and collectables based around the star of the App, a candy-loving character called Om Nom.
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Once DOMA is ruled unconstitutional, NOM will slowly fade away, but not before making a big stink," said one commenter.
This study compares the character of NOM still found in the water distribution network after treatment by two different processes.
We had no trouble finding willing testers for this, but couldn't get much out of them except, 'Uhhh, mmmm, ooohhh, nom nom nom.