Origin of ump
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Examples from the Web for ump
With 20.8 percent on Sunday, the UMP is set to drop a third of its seats.How Marine Le Pen and France’s Ultra-Right Won the Day
May 26, 2014
For the last 18 months, Sarkozy has seen his political party, the UMP, tear itself to pieces.The Gunslinger of Rue Miromesnil
December 23, 2013
Some observers expect the virulence of the opposition to gay marriage to cool accordingly after the UMP leadership convention.In France, Battle for Gay Marriage Heats Up
November 10, 2012
His UMP party won 27.4 percent against 17 percent for the opposition Socialist Party.Europe Lurches Right
Barbie Latza Nadeau
June 8, 2009
Ump's bed had not been slept in, and there was about him the warm smell of a horse.
We followed him to the stable, Ump galloping like a great rabbit.
Ump was as sensitive as any cripple, and he was afraid of no man.
There were Ump and Jud, the two ferrymen, and their ancient mother.
Ump shouted to turn down into the eddy, and I swung El Mahdi around.
Word Origin and History for ump
short for umpire (n.), by 1915, American English.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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