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cham

A shortening of "champagne." A: "Can I get another glass of this cham? It's delicious!" B: "Yeah, and it's also $200 a bottle!"

shammy

A phonetic spelling of the word "chamois," referring to a piece of soft leather or fabric resembling leather used for polishing or drying. Make sure you use a shammy when you're drying the car. I don't want any little scratches on it!

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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Ameen, a friend of the family, told 7DAYS that Shammy was in KG1 at the New Indian School in Umm Al Quwain.
As we have already noted, in the mountains of Europe there is also a species referred to in Hebrew as [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Rupicapra rupicapra, which is known in Italian as camoscio, Spanish as gamuza from Arabic, and in French and English as chamois (in Israel the skin is called, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] zemesh whereas in English it is called chamois or shammy).
And there she stood, one hand gripping the magnificently bristled yard brush that I had bought a year ago in the finest shop in town, which still sells mops, pails, pegs, hobbyhorses, shammy leathers, wind-up clocks, eggtimers, dish cloths, barrows and bike pumps, all behind its lime green door.
Ross Nazir-Ali, 30, and his 34-year-old brother Shammy suffered minor injuries in the assault last Saturday in Rochester, Kent.
WORCESTER: 5.40 Early Wings, 6.15 Converti, 6.50 Shammy Buskins, 7.20 Axango, 7.50 Star Of Germany, 8.20 Go Amwell, 8.50 War Party.
Designers like Sanjay and Shammy, Suman Chowdhary, Jatin Kochar, Manovi Raj Khosla, showcased their creativity during the third day of Blenders' Pride Bangalore Fashion Week.
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But Shammy Davies Jr or Dai Fine Talk are two less common nicknames which may soon gain fame after a bid to find Wales' funniest nickname was launched - by Jones the Pie.
(1) In various parts of the country, women had been subjected to the tyranny of salish for allegedly committing offences against the 'moral code of conduct', or sharia, as interpreted by an influential section of the rural power structure (Shammy, 2002).
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.
The initial commercial application - introduced in February - is a "Super Shammy" cleaning cloth that can used for automotives, boats or general household cleaning.
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.
Papermill Fishery 07814 741252 MOVING around and continually changing the flies on offer is the key to success and this is exactly what Marcus Horton did when he hooked a 5lb rainbow on an orange blob, another one ounce heavier on a shammy pattern and a 5.5lb fish on a white blob.