RHM

(redirected from Red Hot Mama)
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AcronymDefinition
RHMRasmey Hang Meas (Cambodian media production company)
RHMRed Head Monday
RHMRank Hovis McDougall (UK company)
RHMRhythm Heaven Megamix (gaming)
RHMRight Hand Man (band)
RHMRheinisches Museum für Philologie (journal)
RHMRed Hot Mama
RHMRelative Humidity Module (sensor)
RHMRight-Handed Media
RHMRemains Handling Model
RHMRegistered Housing Manager
RHMRoutine Health Maintenance
RHMRed Hub Module
RHMRemote Hire Man (freelance job website)
RHMRecognized Hazardous Material
RHMRenewed Heart Ministries
RHMRessources Humaines Médiation (French: Human Resources Mediation)
RHMRed Hot Monogamy
RHMRessorts Haut-Marnais (French spring production company)
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I take all of the subjects of these essays equally seriously." True to his word, Dawidoff considers Irving Berlin and Fred Astaire along with Jefferson and Franklin, and in one essay even approaches Sophie Tucker by way of Jean-Paul Sartre (shedding some light on both the Existentialist and the Red Hot Mama).
The assortment also features four new Express Finish fastdry nail enamels -- think pink!, red hot mama, love struck and love bites.
A Red Hot Mama who loves her new fast car says she'll probably die scrutinizing her gray roots in the rear-view mirror.
Tucker's efforts in the 1930s to make the transition to movies failed, but she subsequently maintained her popularity as the "last of the red hot mamas," appearing on television and regularly on the nightclub circuit nearly up to her death in 1966.
1887: Sophie Tucker, singer and vaudeville star known in America as "the last of the Red Hot Mamas", was born in Russia.
1887: Sophie Tucker, below, singer and vaudeville star known in America as "the last of the Red Hot Mamas", was born in Russia.