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glom

(glɑm)
1. tv. to steal something. (Underworld.) He gloms just about everything he needs.
2. tv. to take a look at someone or something. (Underworld.) Come over here and glom the view of the bank from this window.
3. tv. to arrest someone. The copper glommed Fred on Tuesday.

glommed

(glɑmd)
mod. arrested. (Underworld.) Wilmer got glommed on a speeding charge. I didn’t even know he could drive.
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For a couple of years I've been working with cutting out shapes and kind of glomming them together and letting it go where it may, like basically making a zigzag shape and making a rectangular shape and a circular, bloopy, fat, cloudy shape and just putting them all together, and letting the cards fall where they may.
I wasn't gonna review this one because Strauss is on the cover, and the shitbag stole my place to crash in Seattle after glomming on to our action, but the mag is too good to let petty shit get in the way.
That's unlike some journalists I could name, who spend half their lives glomming free trips around the world, while simultaneously writing excoriating articles about minor politicians whom they self-righteously condemn for taking an occasional expenses-paid weekend at the Ritz.
Reyes' dog Chulo, glomming a tennis ball, roams the hospital's third floor with a couple of other canine colleagues.
We have our coagulations, we have our phyloginations, we have our glomming," says Rebecca Jung, one of the two women and four men who comprise today's Pilobolus dancers.
I think shoppers also appreciate that Organic Bistro isn't just now glomming on to the sustainable fishing trend, but has shown a commitment to this important issue from the very beginning.
Elle magazine explained glycation in a recent article called "Sugar and Aging: How to Fight Glycation": "When you have sugar molecules in your system, they bombard the body's cells like a meteor shower - glomming onto fats and proteins in a process known as glycation.
By then, scientists had proposed that plant microRNAs control protein production by glomming onto messenger RNAs, an essential intermediate in the creation of a protein.