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bamma

An unsophisticated person; a bumpkin or hick. Likely a shortening of the US state "Alabama." I can't believe there are bammas like you who have never been to a big city.

bamma

n. a rural person, such as someone from Alabama; a hick. (Rude and derogatory.) Some bamma in a pickup truck nearly ran me off the road.
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BAMAs were given to Birmingham's best musicians, as voted by the readers of Birmingham Weekly.
King said he was pleased with his band's showing at the BAMAs. "It is an honor to be recognized by local fans and the music industry alike," he said.
The roundtable is in accordance with BAMAs attempts to bolster more growth and innovation in the Kingdoms asset management industry by involvement and co-operation with the regulators, decision-makers and legislators that mold and render oversight of the industry.
The Bahrain Asset Managers Association (BAMA) declared that it will conduct a high level panel discussion on March 29 on "Special Purpose Vehicles (SPV) and Corporate Entities Component in Investment Banking & Asset Management".
The Manitou Group has selected Michel Denis as its new president and chief executive officer, succeeding interim president and CEO Dominique Bamas, who was holding the position since March 2013.
Bamas resignation was agreeable and in line with agreements made with the board to step down after a permanent replacement was selected.