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pom-pom

[′päm‚päm]
(ordnance)
A rack of antiaircraft cannon, usually mounted in fours, as on the deck of a ship.
An automatic cannon.
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The team of scientists, which included undergraduate students, ran a series of experiments in which crabs were placed in individual containers and provided with green and red Christmas-style pom-poms.
For three days in August, she had well-heeled women locked in (though friendly, if there was one) over her beaded pom-pom mules in her booth at the Penthouse of 8 Rockwell in Makati.
More than 800 pom-poms illuminated by LEDs have been created by artists and volunteers of the informally named 'The Pom-Pom Club.
All pom-poms made will all be displayed at the Handmade Fair in September for the official Guinness World Record judgement.
Finish by glueing three pom-poms down the back of the sock.
Use scissors to lightly trim the pom-poms so that they're evenly round.
MIDLAND quangos have wasted more than pounds 200,000 of taxpayer's money on freebie gifts including pens, pom-poms and sticks of rock.
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It emigrated to the US and, when men were conscripted into the Army, women took over the role, introducing pom-poms along the way.
The schoolchildren can also use play parachutes, pom-poms and circus spinning plates during the outdoor fitness sessions.