from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To glisten; to gleam.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To glisten; to gleam.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To shine; glisten.
But (taxpayer) seems to be able to gleen those assumptions from a mere post stating that protecting a past VP is a decent thing to do.
He came out explicitly to gleen information on Normie!
And then you gleen a whole new laundry-lists of flaws and lessons.
Words that sound funny after you say them repeatedly (ex. “tampons,” “smorgasbord,” “gleen”) and what they start to sound like (gleen=the word for fornication in the language of Sleestacks).
If the US wants to keep GITMO open, we should release those now held there and place our own PNAC leaders, gleen out those that are gullible and innocent and process the remaining for their crimes agains umanity beginning with the high treason and mass murder ofSeptember 11, 2001.
Also, I agree with BWK dijo, I have to say that the great teachers I know are easily able to gleen some great ideas from the book.
I appreciate Professor Sadker's comment about "reinforcing the stereotype" by chosing single-sex education, but feel that the breadth of education you can gleen from ss education will enable you to see past any so-called stereotypes, to squelch them.
I don't hold that the members of the present Conservative Party are much different to those of 20 years ago, but looking over this recent discourse I gleen an admission that the Party's nature is dictated by what is acceptable to, what the tabloids might call, 'The Guardianistas'.
Krazny – I think you might gleen from your doorstop that WWII was a four year war for the US and the insurgency problem was AFTER the surrender.
From what I can gleen through the computer info and photos about the Lakeside area, it has changed so much that I wouldn't recognize it any longer.
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