This will disappoint many and I am not sure why lay involvement was not made mandatory It could be that the Vatican is rightly spooked by American lay leaders of the Raymond Arroyo, Tim Busch, John Garvey and George Weigel variety, men who have glommed onto
the issue as part of a more general critique of this papacy, and suiting proposals for reform to their ideological measurements.
The two-time Oscar winner says he's "very suspicious of a movement that gets glommed onto
in great stridency and rage and without nuance."
Somewhere in their classes, before studies became propaganda, they might have glommed onto
the fact that the use of fossil fuels largely made possible the Industrial Revolution.
"We glommed onto
this idea of 'the public,' because our work is interested in what's happening at a societal level but also what's going on in the upper echelons of bureaucracy and power.
Similarly, when the multi-channel TV industry glommed onto
the term, the definition shifted slightly to mean "video that is delivered to consumers without going through the set-top box".
The media landscape has realigned itself with lightning speed to the power of data, After a century of being limited by "brute force media," marketers quickly glommed onto
the vast potential of digital and addressable audiences,
Some members of the trade class have glommed onto
them; others have yet to do so.
Many critics glommed onto
new shows with "Comedy's back" abandon, enthusing over half-hours like "Enlisted," "The Crazy Ones," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "About a Boy."
Once reporters and commentators smelled controversy, they glommed onto
the movie, hoping for a media bonanza.
Overeager headline writers glommed onto
the data points and made it sound as if these numbers pointed to some sort of impending brown supremacy -- ''As Demographics Change, So Does the Menu.''
What's more, he explains that if you base your design on man-made objects (think, for example, of the predilection to go down the road of "What would Apple do?"), "you will always be late." (Of course, basing your pallet on something that's some 70 million years old may make you au courant, assuming that some other people having already glommed onto
We all [a while back] glommed onto
the concept of [it being] "Google's version of Facebook," and focused only on comparing the similarities and differences between the two (such as number of users it had, whether "Circles" are "good," and how "hangouts" are weird).
As elsewhere, newspapers in the UK have glommed onto
scandals involving gay politicians, but someone who is openly gay tends to be characterized less negatively than one caught in such a scandal who denies being gay.
In Tehran, politicians and the media glommed onto
that remark as if it were the major outcome of the meeting.
The former pizza chain CEO presumably knows as much about finance as my mother, yet in his quest for the Republican presidential nomination, he has glommed onto
yet another simplistic variation of the flat tax idea, in which everyone, no matter how rich or poor, would pay the same percentage of his income.