GLIB


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GLIBGraphics Library
GLIBGnu Library
GLIBGreat Lakes Icebreaker (Coast Guard replacement for the USCGC Mackinaw)
GLIBGays and Lesbians in Business (various universities)
GLIBGruppo Linux Ingegneria Bologna (Italian: Linux Engineering Group Bologna; Bologna, Italy)
GLIBGay and Lesbian Information Bureau (US and New Zealand)
GLIBGeneral Language for Instrument Behavior (an expert systems/AI language)
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"That," observes Sir Leicester with unspeakable grandeur, for he thinks the ironmaster a little too glib, "must be quite unnecessary."
It seemed like the fluctuations of a dream--as if the action begun by that loud bloated stranger were being carried on by this pale-eyed sickly looking piece of respectability, whose subdued tone and glib formality of speech were at this moment almost as repulsive to him as their remembered contrast.
OEDIPUS Thou art glib of tongue, but I am slow to learn Of thee; I know too well thy venomous hate.
In front of us were "the detectives in charge of the case." The well-known glib phraseology passed rapidly through my mind in the interval before Poirot opened the proceedings.
OEDIPUS Thou hast a glib tongue, but no honest man, Methinks, can argue well on any side.
Speaking yesterday in Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin, he said: "There have always been inequalities but the institutionalization of inequalities around the basics of food and shelter, of housing and human dignity runs counter to a modern and glib agenda of equality and opportunity for all.
Zuckerberg responded in an interview with Vox, "I find that argument -- that if you're not paying, that somehow we can't care about you -- to be extremely glib and not at all aligned with the truth."
It is very glib for people to say regulators are responsible," Sibal said.
It sounds incredibly glib and fluffy but it's all about helping your child to grow up happyBrenda McLackland
It escapes logic that such seasoned public officers could readily succumb to the prodding and glib tongue of accused Ngo, the court said.
A civil war has been raging in the eastern European country since March 2014, and Glib had been worried about the effects the conflict might have on loved ones back home.
Enduring one fierce lecture after another, Gruber said his earlier comments were uninformed, ''glib, thoughtless and sometimes downright insulting.'' He said he was showing off before various groups, and ''trying to be something, I'm not, which was a political expert.''