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Definition funny of Mellens:
A fruit that is juicy and delecious. aka melon. usally 'mellen' refers to a very bubbly person,
wow, that girl is always smiling, she is definetly a mellen! yumm, these mellens are so goood.
LOUD, inconsiderate, trouble making, room hogging, unclean fruit that is native to the Colorodo area. May become tangled up with with large tielars.
I hate mellens in a bunch, I hate mellens for lunch, I hate mellens in my room. lazy mellens cant use a broom. Mellens on the bus and always making a fuss...Mellens, just get away from us !
Songs about Mellens:
Doomsday (Gibbs and Mellen Remix) by Spiral Into The Storm from the Album A Futile Veneer
Switchback (feat. Mellen) by Lyell Evans from the Album 32 Arcadia
Books about Mellens:
Structured Sensory Intervention for Traumatized Children, Adolescents, and Parents: Strategies to Alleviate Trauma... by William Steele and Melvyn Raider (Jan 2002)
The Impact of Person-Organization Fit on Employee Attitudes and Outcomes (Mellen Studies in Business) by James W. Westerman (Jul 2001)
How Anthropology Informs the Orthodontic Diagnosis of Malocclusion's Causes (Mellen Studies in Anthropology, 1... by Robert S. Corruccini (May 1999)
Simile and Prophetic Language in the Old Testament (Mellen Biblical Press Series, V. 43) by Terry L. Brensinger (Dec 1996)
Spiritual and Ethical Dimensions of Children's Literature (Mellen Studies in Children's Literature, V. 2) by Joseph O. Milner (Dec 2001)
Descendants Of Simon Mellen, C. 1636-1694 by N. P. Maling (Jul 12, 2012)
Anatomy of Genocide: State-Sponsored Mass-Killings in the Twentieth Century (Edwin Mellen Press Symposium Series... by Alexandre Kimenyi and Otis L. Scott (May 2001)
Movies about Mellens:
Spirit of Gaia Seminar by Mellen-Thomas Benedict 2012 -
Wiki information Mellens:
Am Mellensee is a municipality in the Teltow-Fläming district of Brandenburg, Germany. The municipality, south of Berlin, is the home of the Benedictine Abbey of St. Gertrud. An Associated Press story appearing in the August 1, 2011 online version of...