pompon


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decoration consisting of a ball of tufted wool or silk

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dusky grey food fish found from Louisiana and Florida southward

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Our collection of six pompon dahlias contains one each of six named varieties in a range of striking colours.
corrugated cardboard masking tape felt pompons yarn wiggle eyes toothpicks Small bits of Styrofoam glue
The first use of pom-poms or pompons can be traced back to the 1930s, all handmade from paper.
These individuals wave pompons as they wait for athletes at the finish line and give them a hug or a ``high five'' before escorting them to the award area where they receive their medals and ribbons.
NYSE: RXR) today announced that they will give away 75,000 orange pompons to fans attending Sunday's AFC Wild-Card Playoff Game at Cleveland Municipal Stadium.
MALIBU - There were 16 Pepperdine cheerleaders waving their pompons at one end of the Firestone Fieldhouse court on Thursday night.
If he grabbed my pompons, I'd crack up," says Julian.
SHASTA DAISIES, dusty millers, marguerites and pompons have distinctively different looks - but when it comes to their family heritage, 'mum's the word.
In the grand foyer, visitors are greeted with cloudlike displays of silk plaid draperies with swags and jabots on the windows, each playfully trimmed with fringe and pompons to match the tufted love seat, designed by Carolyn E.
We'd have more respect for Garrett if he wielded pompons and broke into a cheer every time he was asked about his football coach: ``Two, four, six, eight, who do I appreciate?
Check the pompons at the door: At the start of most major sporting events, a directive is usually given to the media: No cheering in the press box.