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humdinger

and hummer (ˈhəm(ˈdɪŋɚ))
n. someone or something excellent. (see also hum job.) Now, this one is a real humdinger. Man, that’s a hummer!
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Mayors Goodway and Humdinger even team up to present the trophy to the Paw Patrol team at the end, demonstrating that good triumphs over evil.
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"I personally think it's going to be an absolute humdinger.
Another Magic Hat Humdinger is also in the pipeline, slated for release in March.
On leaving Warners, The Hoax set about producing the raunchy Humdinger, accurately reflecting their live sound.
Humdinger hopes the colourful, fun and imaginative packaging will capture the attention of parents and children alike, whilst also offering a healthier alternative for snacking.
MARLON King scored twice, including a late winner, as Birmingham City came out on top in a St Andrew's humdinger.
Meanwhile, Michelle and Tracy squared up for one humdinger of a cat fight at Audrey's salon.
And expect another humdinger tonight when Gary returns to Sheffield's Ponds Forge Arena to make his first defence against the dangerous Paul Truscott from Middlesbrough.
Under 13 Yorkshire Cup Brighouse Rangers 8 Castleford Panthers 12 WHEN the dust finally settled on this humdinger of a cup tie Brighouse had confirmed they are capable of competing with the elite from the Yorkshire League as Castleford Panthers were pushed all the way.
IAN BOGIE has promised a "humdinger" when Gateshead entertain York City tonight - and has urged the Heed Army to come out in force to gauge the Tynesiders' progress this season.
Both teams will arrive in the city on Friday, a day after playing a humdinger of a match in Hyderabad, which India lost by three runs.
The real humdinger, however, is this: "I have lost weight without really noticing."
SOUTHAM UNITED and Atherstone Town, both unbeaten in their respective leagues, clash at Banbury Road in a tie which has the makings of being a real humdinger.
Take Kristina's all-singing, all dancing night out in her favourite tacky Russian restaurant, which was such a humdinger that I now understand why relations between America and Russia have broken down recently.