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  • If I am fortunate to meet Elisa Basso I am saying in best Russian gavareetzee voy pa humma humma.

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  • He didn't know about -- Dana Perino is starting to look like Ralph Kramden at these daily press briefings doing a hum and a hum and a humma (ph), trying to cover up for the fact that the White House either doesn't know or should know or something.

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  • “I heard humma humma,” said the boy holding the cage.

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  • We've had the congress of the United States break the world land speed record in passing a law in one hour that says this is a good thing to have this list, and then we have a couple of squirrelly judges going -- well, it might violate the humma, humma, humma.

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  • In the terms of alliance made by Fuzel Oola Khan with Hyder in 1760, one of the stipulations was, "that he should have the distinction of two honorary attendants standing behind him, holding fans composed of the feathers of the humma, according to the practice of his family."

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  • The state got its name from the Choctaw "okla humma," meaning "land of the red people."

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  • My favorite family words are the onomatopoetic ones like "eeksler" and "humma-jumma-jumma" -- a term for a railroad crossing as that is the sound it makes when you drive over the tracks.

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  • It's a great trap, and sure to evince those special "humma, hummina, humma" answers Jackie Gleason used to do so well.

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  • June 6, 2009 at 8:47 pm don’t know da tuna…but if you humma few bars i can fake it!

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