GLOM


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AcronymDefinition
GLOMGross Lift-Off Mass (US NASA)
GLOMGigabit LAN-on-Motherboard
GLOMGlenoid Labrum Ovoid Mass (radiology)
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Caption: Figure 2: Typical neuropathological hallmarks of Alzheimer's disease (AD), Parkinson disease dementia/Lewy body disease (PDD/DLB), and frontotemporal lobe degeneration (FTLD) in the GLOM, the GCL, and the OT compared to controls.
OFF ON THE SIDELINES WERE ALL THE USUAL PROTEST JUNKIES, WHO GLOM ONTO ANY ISSUE AS IF IT'S ALL ABOUT THEM ...
Some observers speculate that if Dahlquist's novel sells, producers around the country will likely glom onto his plays, which have yet to be given larger airings.
I can't help but glom onto the plethora of thumb-sized mussels.
The lieutenant -- almost certainly a reservist -- is right about one thing: The media glom on to certain stories like dogs to bones.
"It's not all doom and glom, but I must say, the order of magnitude in the South-East is very much bigger."
The FTB will glom onto any contact with California as evidence that taxpayers haven't severed their ties with California.
Newly hatched crawlers, the only stage that has functional legs, glom onto the feet and feathers of birds or the hair of passing animals, deer, or squirrels--or humans.
"They glom on to its potential right away, especially if they've struggled through a few CD-ROM productions.
I was disproportionately gleeful to see you use the word "glom." I knew that was a real word!