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  • The Yankees have made an industry out of vulturing other people ' s superstars — stay tuned for the coming seduction of Texas ace Cliff Lee — so to watch a rich Yankees icon skirmish with the richest team in baseball must be karmic entertainment to anyone who has seen a favorite player go Pinstripe.

    Jeter and Yankees are Cats and Dogs

  • Mammalian assistance: Cat vulturing from chair back

    i was born in the boredom and the chowdah.

  • Why, just think of all the Old-School Ferraro/Morris/Ikes "democrats" and how their vulturing over Obama's demise must now, regrettably, come to an End. I'm sorry, was that too much cold water?

    Chasing The News Cycle Versus Building A Real Case

  • Or is Michael drawing back his saintly church work commitments - trying to get Dale elected and the like - so that he can get back to vulturing round the world, hoovering up ailing cleaning business and the like?

    Nanny Spelman: Tories Laying Off Staff Ready For Battle

  • But going to the Red Sox for two months and possibly being a bench player would be sort of like vulturing a World Series.

    O Solo Mio

  • Alkelda's asking some good questions about culture vulturing.

    The WritingYA Weblog: See? Even non-YA people agree...

  • Alkelda's asking some good questions about culture vulturing.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Like Kim Jong Il, he uses his irrationality to keep his enemies off balance, all of which leads to him vulturing players of strategic importance from other teams earlier than he should.

    Why Fantasy Football Matters

  • Like Kim Jong Il, he uses his irrationality to keep his enemies off balance, all of which leads to him vulturing players of strategic importance from other teams earlier than he should.

    Why Fantasy Football Matters

  • He rooted in the sand, dabbling, delving and stopped to listen to the air, scraped up the sand again with a fury of his claws, soon ceasing, a pard, a panther, got in spousebreach, vulturing the dead.

    Ulysses

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  • Vulturing: Lurking around waiting for something to become available. For example, following shoppers to their parking space with your turn signal on or standing behind the good eliptical machines at the gym and looking at your watch repeatedly.

    January 22, 2007

  • I've rarely heard vulture used as a verb, but never in the gerund.

    January 23, 2007