“The umbrella term for these new subsets of super fans, who devotedly discuss their idols' merits across the Internet, is "stans," a nickname cribbed from the Eminem song "Stan" that appeared on the rapper's "Marshall Mathers LP" from 2002.”
“How He Wrote Elastica Man', a title cribbed from a 19-year-old Fall single, would be glorious self-parody were it not for the fact that Elastica have nothing of their own to parody.”
“Corrupt and Contented" - a title cribbed from Lincoln Steffens '1904 characterization of the city”
“But Rowley never existed; he was a figment of Chatterton’s imagination, his name cribbed from a tombstone at St. John’s Church in Bristol.”
“To be honest, most of this is cribbed from the Women in Science article, but I did come across Ada when writing about Newstead Abbey and the Robin Hood Line.”
“Frauenfelder was also the magazine's main illustrator, and utilized a cartoony style that appeared cribbed from the spare 50s television cartoons of Gene Deitch.”
“But one does get the impression that the UN cribbed from the Hailey report.”
“Never mind that the idea was cribbed from a hotel in Denver that offered the same treat to guests during the Democratic convention.”
“The design literally cribbed from a Cord 810, had an enormous single fin on the back and a front end that was adapted for the 1939, '40 Graham Hollywood and Hupmobile Skylark, a fine example of art imitating life and vice versa.”
“But supposedly things took a turn and Bansky ended up making a film about Guetta, whose work as Mr. Brainwash is quite deliberately cribbed from the more famous Banksy.”
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