shammy


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cham

and chammy and sham and shammy (ʃæm(i))
n. champagne. Would you like a little more shammy? I want the biggest bottle of cham you got!

shammy

verb
See cham
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Cricketer Robin Uthappa walked the ramp alongside actor Sanjana for designers Sanjay and Shammy.
One of my favourites comes from Blackwood just after the war, where a local window cleaner, Samuel Davies, was known to everyone as Shammy Davies.
Also new from Orange Glo is a garage kit that includes Orange Glo car polish and protectant, Slick Shield glass polish and protectant, Orange Clean Powerful Paste cleanser, Orange Grove air freshener, shammy, sponge and bucket.
Company president George McBride says his firm participates in 70 to 80 shows a year, from Halifax to Victoria, demonstrating juice machines, hand-held blenders, shammy mops and robber brooms.
This feature allows the shammy to absorb multiple times its weight in the water.
Mattie Darroch from Consett returned a 14lb 8oz rainbow on a Shammy.
Consider investing in a drying towel, which has an absorbent, deep-pile surface that wicks water away from your dog's coat, like a shammy cloth.
On a course with big carries off the back tees and a strong likelihood it will be wetter than a window cleaner's shammy at the end of September, Donald's significantly shorter yardage could become a big problem.
Scholfield said: "I will talk to [solicitor] Rory Mac Neice but I think it's a bit over the top as I weighed out with a dry shammy and returned with a wet one.
The show was anchored by Shammy Arun Mamgain and Nidhi Salani.
There is plenty of valuable summer jumping action on offer at Stratford and Newton Abbot and a chance is taken on Shammy Buskins at the former.
Shammy Buskins can score in the Claydon Horse Exercisers Handicap Chase at Stratford.
I've got a shammy and chafe-ease that I put on my nether regions before we start training.
It's thick out there," said the driver, wiping the windscreen with his shammy cloth and tightening his eyelids in concentration over the steering wheel, "but we should be clear on the other side of this dip.