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Bum

A person unable or unwilling to work, and who therefore must beg for money. The term has a derogatory connotation, implying laziness. A large number of bums in an area may indicate economic dilapidation.
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The limited number of specialist surgeons and bum centers in the U.
Amy Witham models a bum bag sold at Vintageous Rags, in Baker Street.
It sounds daft, but I thought everyone was staring at it," she added to a group of 10 people who had gathered to stare at her new bum.
Beach Bum Blonde Ale is more than a seasonal beer--it has become an annual signal at the brewery that summer is finally here," said Kristi.
Every girl has a hang-up about her bum so I am very honoured and it's flattering to be crowned Rear of the Year.
He sticks out his backside, looks over his shoulder and points at his bum.
I have been known to do the odd bum clench exercise.
If you burn yourself and it looks like a first- or second-degree bum (painful, red, or blisters), soak the burned area in cool water or with a cold compress.
Welsh ladies are obviously ignoring the ``Love your bum'' slogan of the latest Velvet toilet tissue advertising campaign - the one with the pictures of different bums, labelled ``firmish'', ``cuddly'' and, more worryingly, ``noble''.
I recently taught a school principal how to edit a simple iMovie, export the movie and bum it to CD in just a few minutes.
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