He got all right again, and they stuck him in jail along with another one old Lauman, the sheriff, glommed a week ago.
"The Lure of the Dim Trails" by by (AKA B. M. Sinclair) B. M. Bower
Make your glom-pudding of it, will you?
"The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete" by George Meredith
They could have surrounded us and glommed us any time in the past six hours.
"Highways in Hiding" by George Oliver Smith
She kept her eyes glommed onto you all the time.
"The Job" by Sinclair Lewis
Saw 'em glom onto you.
"Panther Eye" by Roy J. Snell
Oh, him an' his little old team o' blues shore glom onto the coin.
"Paradise Bend" by William Patterson White
Has everyone glommed onto stalemate to describe the fight against Qaddafi because quagmire is already taken.
Parasite particles glom on to the gum, allow for easy diagnosis across globe.
Gilbert's no stranger to tackling money-making projects or B-movie tributes, but if Fatima is intended as a shameless glomming onto a pop-culture trend already on its way out, then it's an odd one.
A giant planet in the right place Our solar system's asteroid belt formed where it did because Jupiter's powerful gravitational pull prevented the material in the region from glomming together to create a planet.
Our solar system's asteroid belt formed where it did because Jupiter's powerful gravitational pull prevented the material in the region from glomming together to create a planet.
UX Tauri A is just 1 million years old, but dust grains glomming together to make new orbs.
But a fox loses all of its appeal when it gloms onto your ankle and won't let go.
Untitled Document O f all the acoustic guitarists to glom on to the great John Fahey, Glenn Jones might have the most cred.