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noun, plural tam·mies.
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Even in Tammy, she could often get a laugh with a terrible line—perhaps one she herself wrote—through the miracle of her timing.Even the Subpar Superhero Comedy Thunder Force Can't Fully Extinguish Melissa McCarthy's Gifts|Stephanie Zacharek|April 9, 2021|Time
Melissa McCarthy wrote Tammy, she co-produced it, and she starred.
Tammy is what happens when you make Bridesmaids, but forget to include the jokes.
She's also one of the first female combat veterans in the House or Senate, alongside Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth.
Both parents were professionals; his mother, Tammy T. Wilson, is a legal nurse consultant.Russell Wilson Should Win MVP (and the Super Bowl)|Allen Barra|January 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Tammy Baldwin (D-WI, U.S. Senate) Current The Senate welcomed its first openly gay senator this year, Tammy Baldwin.History’s Progressive Gay Politicians that Paved the Way for Mike Michaud|Brandy Zadrozny|November 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She caught him on the steps of the dining room, and held his wriggling little body fast until Tammy came up.
Tammy followed at a surprising pace on his rude crutches, and Mr. Traill brought up the rear.
Tammy took an oat-cake from his pocket to nibble, and began a conversation with Mistress Jeanie.
Tammy had a lesson still to get, and returned to the kirkyard, and Ailie ran up to the dining-rooms.
When Ailie wanted to get up unusually early in the morning she made use of Tammy for an alarm-clock.