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Definition funny of Toomer:

urbanSubsitution for the word boomer meaning the ultimate activity or goal in sport. Also used to describe something that is really good! Sometimes refered to as "Amani" Derrived from the New York Giants Wide Reciever Called Amani Toomer.

urban1) A shot from 35 yards out has gone in! What a Toomer! 2)Oh what a Toomer! We are winning 4-0!

songs

Songs about Toomer:

songsAmani Toomer by The New York Sports Band from the Album Yankees, Giants & Knicks

songsHer Lips Are Copper Wire (A Poem by Jean Toomer) by Kinjac from the Album Incandescent

songsTha Truth (feat. K.Toomer) [Explicit] by Pepperboy from the Album Str8 Off tha Block 4 "Vietnam" [Explicit]

songsToomer by Menomena from the Album Toomer

songsToomer, Jean: Song of the Sun by Arna Bontemps from the Album Anthology of Negro Poets in the U.S.A. - 200 Years

books

Books about Toomer:

booksThe Spirit Tree at Toomer's Corner by Erin Lough and Mave Lough Duke (Oct 22, 2012)

booksThe Collected Poems of Jean Toomer by Robert B. Jones and Margot Toomer Latimer (Mar 31, 1988)

booksCane by Jean Toomer | Summary & Study Guide by BookRags (Aug 8, 2011)

booksReading Jean Toomer's 'Cane' (American Insights) by Gerry Carlin (Mar 26, 2014)

booksJean Toomer: Race, Repression, and Revolution by Barbara Foley (Jun 19, 2014)

booksRace, Manhood, and Modernism in America: The Short Story Cycles of Sherwood Anderson and Jean Toomer by Mark Whalan (Sep 30, 2007)

booksTo Make a New Race: Gurdjieff, Toomer, and the Harlem Renaissance by Jon Woodson (May 1, 1999)

wiki

Wiki information Toomer:

Amani Toomer
American Football Wide receiver, Athlete, Person, Measured person, American football player

Amani Toomer is a retired American football wide receiver who played in the National Football League. He played college football at Michigan, where he was a fan favorite. He was drafted in the second round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the New York...

Jean Toomer
Novelist, Deceased Person, Person, Author

Jean Toomer was an American poet and novelist and an important figure of the Harlem Renaissance and modernism. His first book Cane, published in 1923, is considered by many to be his most significant. Of mixed race and majority European ancestry,...