What is the correct spelling for POM?
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Correct spellings for POM
- mom I don't know, Mom . She makes me feel like a mom Smell the flowers and plant a tree I gotta say that Mable, she's the bomb – Mable by goldfinger
- pod The nest was about the size of a chilicothe pod , and so covered with lichen that it looked just like a knot on the tree.
- poe Poe has never been popular in New England, nor has he been appreciated at his true worth by the literary circles of New England.
- poem The poem was a distinct shock.
- poi 'Quant j'oi ung poi avant ale Si vi ung vergier grant et le, Tot clos d'ung haut mur bataillie;' &c.
- pol This, on which you see I have made one dot, is for the Count de Rennes, who is at present at the Hotel of St. Pol , being in the company of the Duke of Berri; this is for Sir John Rembault, who is at the Louvre, where he is lodging with the governor, who is a relation of his; the third is for the Lord of Roubaix, who is also lodged at the Louvre."
- pom Brands of blunts include: Phillies, Dutch Masters, Backwoods, White Owl, Altadis marketing "Antonio Y Cleopatra", "El Producto", and "Tampa Nugget" brands, Swedish Match marketing "Game" and "Garcia Y Vega" brands, and Swisher Sweets marketing "King Edward", "Optimo", and Pom Pom brands.
- pomp He was buried with great pomp and ceremony.
- prom What are you going to do after the prom .
- Pam Legislative branch: unicameral House of Assembly (14 seats, 11 popularly elected from single member constituencies; members serve five-year terms) elections: last held 3 July 1995 (next to be held by July 2000) election results: percent of vote by party - SKLNP 58%, PAM 41%; seats by party - SKNLP 7, PAM 1, NRP 1, CCM 2
- Om While putting himself down, ready to speak the Om , Siddhartha repeated murmuring the verse:
- PYM But don't commit yourself by asserting that the Pym family never existed, that Arthur Gordon is only a fictitious personage, and his voyage an imaginary one!