American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Bloom, Harold Born 1930. American literary theorist and scholar whose works include The Anxiety of Influence (1972).
- n. A surname.
“We can fold the larger bloom up by oring together the leaves that were split by the linear hash table in the larger bloom until we have the same number of pages and then perform a standard Bloom join.”
“Click if shader = On (Nicest); Shader is enabled if bloom = Off (Fastest); Bloom is disabled”
“Click if shader = On (Nicest); Shader is enabled if bloom = On (Realistic); Bloom is disabled”
“BLOOM: _ (Bloom trickleaps to the curbstone and halts again.”
“(It's a lesser task, but worthy of my skill.) "Shoggoths in Bloom" is as good as it is because the rest of my Sycamore Hill class picked it to shreds over the course of one of the worst 90 minutes of my life.”
“Elizabeth Bear's "Shoggoths in Bloom" is a clever historical take on Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos, placing the immortal shoggoth creatures under the attention of a black scientist in 1938.”
“TEMPLE-RASTON: Mia Bloom is a terrorism expert at Penn State University.”
“I sent my son “The Two Towers” which was re-released in paperback because of the movie (Orlando Bloom is SO cute).”
“ETA: Oh, and truepenny and I have sold reprint rights to "Boojum" to the Hartwell & CramerYear's Best SF*, and I have sold reprint rights to Shoggoths in Bloom to the Hartwell & CramerYear's Best F.”
“I seem to be nominated for a couple of Locus awards, one of them for "Boojum," written with truepenny, and the other for "Shoggoths in Bloom," which is also up for a Hugo this year.”
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