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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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Artist Victoria Robinson with her scented pom-poms made from plastic bags and pictured below with fellow project |worker Emily Stubbs 191114APOMPOMS_04
Begin to thread pom-poms on the cord, being sure to pierce the center knot with the needle.
The wrist rattles and the booties are made of knitted yarn and have a monkey head and a pom-pom attached.
Bush and Kerry put away their pom-poms when it comes to agriculture.
More than 100 of New York City's top real estate brokers came out with their red and white pom-poms to support Liebman and the rest of the Corcoran Closers.
Only now, when tax breaks for him and his partner are on the line, does he decide to put down his pom-poms.
Some used props to amplify the motion: silk scarves, masks, top hats, pom-poms, and flags.
Except maybe a little one dragging the garden hose around the yard in their fire fighter outfit, or waving pom-poms in the air while wearing their favorite cheerleader outfit.
POM-POMS made from plastic bags and transformed into lighting will be among the eye-catching creations at The Art Market in Holmfirth later this month.
Stylist's tip y p y Colourful bunting and paper pom-poms are instant, easy ways to say 'party' Invest in inexpensive, all-weather rattan-effect seating for an on-trend look Create 'rooms' within your garden - somewhere to lounge, somewhere to dine and somewhere for the kids to play Waterproof, rot-proof cushions and plastic rugs will make your space feel cosy - yet keep it practical
s body by sticking feathers, fluff and pom-poms together to make a fluffy, fat body that will sit snuggly in your egg cup.