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  • v. Present participle of globe.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He just got back from a globing warming conference.

    CNN Transcript May 30, 2007

  • A mist of cruel trouble was covering his eyes, and soon the mist had grown into two bright glittering pearly tears, which, globing and trembling, larger and larger, were at length big enough to drown both eyes; big enough to drop, shining, on the grass: big enough to blot out altogether the most brilliant picture that sea and sky could make.

    Aylwin

  • Nor does he make mention of the fact that the only people (airheads mostly) who have tried to forge a link between the two are globing warming theorists themselves.

    From On High

  • Forget globing warming, an aging population is the biggest problem facing the country.

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  • He is expected to endorse globing warming and recommend immediate action to provide financial and technical support to developing countries (China?) to help them reduce carbon emissions.

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  • Unfortunately they created something that this whole country seems to be globing on to in recent years, style over substance!!!

    Autoblog

  • It's time to blame Bush even more for messing up the world, thus globing warming is more and more even the fault of Bush.

    Ace of Spades HQ

  • An tnexpreffive grace, when goodnefs utters Her globing language thro the lips of beauty —

    Tragedies: By Hugh Downman, M.D.

  • (involving the use of bishops 'registers), but the en - globing of this within a framework of Church history — the whole highly polemical, even dishonest in its use of the sources.

    HISTORIOGRAPHY

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