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“For instance, Glut is quite the charismatic character, sweeping viewers along, despite the occasional verbal fumble, as he recounts his story.”
“I'd like to place my order for another "Glut" in 2007.”
“The ‘Glut’ has already hit the Americanists, and I imagine will soon spread.”
“A big part of the stringent ‘requirements’ is The Glut.”
“Not only have zillions of kids tried their hand at stop-motion animation using their Transformer robots, but Don Glut, one of the pioneer fan filmmakers of the 1950s and 60s who was profiled in my fan film book, Homemade Hollywood, wrote a number of episodes of the original TV cartoon series in the 1980s.”
“Refining Puts Lid on Big Oil's Profits Oil Climbs 1.1% on EU Embargo Natural-Gas Futures Jump 4.3% Chesapeake Energy Pulls Back Amid Natural-Gas Glut Chief among the EIA's findings is that the price of oil will rise in coming years as the global economy regains its footing.”
“Heavy pro-Keystone XL pipeline coverage in corporate media; Glut of nat gas roils energy markets; Great Lakes Asian carp invasion: new canal for Chicago?”
“A 1994 Robert Rauschenberg sculpture titled "Cupid's Trap (Glut)" is another opportunity to score work by a major artist for a good cause.”
“This was during the Black and White Glut of the 1980s, as it was called, and I never ever thought the book would survive beyond that time.”
“Robert Rauschenberg affixed a line of bulbs to a rusted metal arrow in his 1992 "Soaring Dribble Glut," part of a series about greed.”
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