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Homies

A slang term for stocks in home building companies. The term is most commonly used in the plural.
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I remember a couple of homies were like that growing up and I'd be, like, "Hey, man, that's kinda weird.
Homies Unidos (loosely translated as "the brotherhood") connects gang members deported to El Salvador with its office in the capital, San Salvador.
Roland Ballester, who came on board recently as President to head the licensing effort, tells TLL the Homies program will be aimed at specialty and mid-tier, with an apparel program that's "far beyond character-based t-shirts.
Pointing to his comic strip, Gonzales counters that his Homies don't fit a simple profile.
More routinely, they "worked up felonies" by issuing tickets for jaywalking, loitering, riding a bicycle through a stop sign and other petty citations that were punishable by fines the homies couldn't afford.
CHECK out the Rap Dictionary if you wanna talk it like you walk it when you're hangin' wit' yo homies this weekend.
seemed like a tired eider statesman, almost mimicking the civil-rights generation's censorious posture toward the pants-sagging homies of the '90s.
I just blacked out and heard my homies cheering at the bottom and I thought, I'm down here already?
When Meek and Drake did begin to have slight differences, I'm pretty sure if Drake was with anybody else's camp other than Cash Money, I may have been more vocal about it, but I seen it was the two little homies," Ross said in (http://www.