balum rancum

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balum rancum

obsolete An orgiastic dance in which the participants, female and usually prostitutes, are in the nude. The balum rancum that goes on in that house at night is something well-bred gentlemen would do best to avoid.
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I couldn' manage to k'leck dat money no way; en Balum he couldn'.
The team reconstructed a rainfall record stretching back 450 years from unprecedented speleothem samples from Yok Balum cave in Belize using uranium thorium dating from the chemical composition in the speleothems containing aragonite, which is high in uranium.
de Lopez 9757, 9873 (MO); Tenejapa, Paraje Balum K'anal, 2500 m, 13.IV.1966, A.
His team analyzed a stalagmite that grew in Yok Balum Cave from 40 B.C.
also proposed a similar model as Rmili's and printed balum on the substrate for coupling feeding, but this antenna does not have high gain [2].
The resolution was tabled in the NA on Tuesday by Balum Hasnain and while presenting its stance made it clear that standard of sports must be enhanced as Sports Federations are passing through tough circumstances.
Mexico: Chiapas, Balum Canal, Km 6 Tenejapa, red de golpeo, 7400 msnm, N 16[grados] 47'29" W 92[grados] 32'11" 17.VII.1997, 1 hembra (col.
The so-called bank he invests in goes "bust." His final ten cents are given away to the poor, since Jim is sure his kindness--according to the preacher in his friend Balum's church--will be returned a hundred times.
In the Jalai Dayak myth, it is stated that there was once a Patih Gerudat Siaq Balum who had a son named Petinggiq Payung Labur-Patih Tugang Nyanyam (PPL-PTN).
At the Phulbari Tea Estate in the Sonitpur district, which employs 1,600 workers, tea plucker Balum Dina told us: "I'm 12 now and I've been working on this estate for years.