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- n. Plural form of glommer.
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I am so sick of you flipping media glommers ripping on the title of Tr2n.
Readers, particularly romance readers, are big glommers and they often are searching for the one book their reading buddy says is a must find.
"Yes, I understand you have had trouble with tribbles aboard certain of your ships as well as on planets and we thought our defensive measures developed as a result of similar problems might augment your genetic research with glommers."
One of the glommers had - like Bates, it would seem - been vacationing overseas at the time of the $24.5 million Lotto 6-49 win.
While the P-Cup doesn't quite deliver the electricity that its Ryder Cup counterpart often commands, a better combo of glamour and glommers has rarely been seen attending any golf event.
I’m sure there are some “glommers” out there, but I agree with you that the two stories show that science can be self-correcting.