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Drum

a 2004 film about a South African journalist Henry Nxumalo who works for Drum magazineSource: Wikipedia

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the first release from art rock band Hugo LargoSource: Wikipedia

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Drum

the 1976 sequel to the movie Mandingo, and released by United ArtistsSource: Wikipedia

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The Drum also called Drum

a 1938 film from the book by A. E. W. MasonSource: Wikipedia

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Drum

a South African family magazine mainly aimed at Black readers and contains market news, entertainment and feature articlesSource: Wikipedia

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Drum

a popular brand of fine-cut handrolling tobacco, or shagSource: Wikipedia

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China Drum also called Drum

were an English punk rock band from Ovingham in NorthumberlandSource: Wikipedia

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Grateful Dead also called Drum

was an American rock band formed in 1965 in the San Francisco Bay AreaSource: Wikipedia

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drum

a member of the percussion group, technically classified as a membranophoneSource: Wikipedia

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Drum

the first official release by Local H, released in 1991Source: Wikipedia

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Cylinder also called Drum

for cylindrical objects in contexts such as machinery sometimes referred to as drumsSource: Wikipedia

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Drumming also called Drum

Several American Indian-style drums for sale at the National Museum of the American IndianSource: Wikipedia

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Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement also called Drum

(DRUM) was an organization of African-American workers formed in May 1968 in the Chrysler Corporation's Hamtramck Assembly plant, formerly Dodge Main, Detroit, MichiganSource: Wikipedia

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Kevin Drum also called Drum

an American political blogger and columnistSource: Wikipedia

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Hugh Aloysius Drum also called Drum

was a U.S. generalSource: Wikipedia

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Drum

a cylindrical container used for shipping bulk goodsSource: Wikipedia

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44-gallon drum also called Drum

a cylindrical container used for shipping bulk goodsSource: Wikipedia

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Drum

Developed and used by cultures living in forested areas, drums served as an early form of long distance communication, and were used during ceremonial and religious functionsSource: Wikipedia

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Drum brake also called Drum

a brake in which the friction is caused by a set of shoes or pads that press against the inner surface of a rotating drumSource: Wikipedia

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Electronic drum also called Drum

a percussion instrument in which the sound is generated by an electronic waveform generator or sampler instead of by acoustic vibrationSource: Wikipedia

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Magnetic drum also called Drum

memory is a magnetic data storage device and was an early form of computer memory widely used in the 1950s and into the 1960s, invented by Gustav Tauschek in 1932 in AustriaSource: Wikipedia

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Drum

Sciaenidae is a family of fish commonly called drums, croakers, or hardheads for the repetitive throbbing or drumming sounds (which they make themselves) heard under waterSource: Wikipedia

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Drum magazine also called Drum

a type of magazine that is cylindrical in shape, similar to a drumSource: Wikipedia

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Drum Islands also called Drum

One of the Baffin Island offshore island groups in Cumberland Sound, the Drum Islands are located south of Iglunga, and west of PangnirtungSource: Wikipedia

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Fort Drum also called Drum

the home of the 10th Mountain Division in the United States ArmySource: Wikipedia

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Drum

a village in south County Roscommon about 5 km west of AthloneSource: Wikipedia

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Drum

a summit in the Carneddau mountains in north Wales, 2 km north-east of Foel-frasSource: Wikipedia

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laser printer also called Drum

thumb A laser printer is a common type of computer printer that rapidly produces high quality text and graphics on plain paperSource: Wikipedia

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is a member of the percussion group, technically classified as a membranophoneSource: Wikipedia

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