TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «GLIBBEST»
The term «glibbest» is barely ever used and occupies the 202.337
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GLIBBEST»
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THE A SURVIVAL' OF THE GLIBBEST. We have no quarrel with that law of
Nature whereby the Fittest shall survive. It is a rude law, and a brutal, doubtless;
but worketh in the end for good. Rather, our trouble is with certain lesser laws
Remember that on television only one law prevails: the survival of the glibbest.
The interview came about by a rather circuitous route. The 'inhabitants of the
kingdom of Bohemia', as Quentin was fond of calling them, had thrown a party to
... he could wield the glibbest tongue, and tell the best story; he should go. Still I
did n't want, — and I feel just as agitated now, almost, when I tell it, — I did n't
want him to go. I needed food, I told them, as much as any of them; and if they
A Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts: On the Most ...
Such supplanting one another is a certain concomitant of all revolutions of this
nature,' in which none can have any security of his durable station but such who
equal the glibbest fane that will veer with the smallest breeze ; forambition, ...
Sir Walter Scott, Baron John Somers Somers, 1813
Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country
... that represent subjects taken from Holy Writ, or from the lives of the saints, —
pictures skilfully enough painted and intended to be religious, that have not the
slightest effect upon me, no more than Doctor Thumpcushion's loudest and
... made monotonous music, to which my lord's thoughts went dirgewise, with
always Osmunda and her sorrows uppermost. " Mignon," as he called her in that
tongue which, with his Gallic parentage, came ever the glibbest and most sweet.
The Gentleman's Magazine
In an assembly where the gift of reticence was not widely spread, Mr. Marten held
high rank among the glibbest. To get him on his feet was to bring about a state of
affairs in one respect akin to the shutting up Teddington Lock and preparing to ...
The Kindergarten-primary Magazine
... simple and earnest sounds of children who did not si?ig, than by the glibbest
utterances. Sincerity, earnestness, depth, sweetness of soul, are things to be
cherished in i6 KINDERGARTEN MAGAZINE.
Bertha Johnston, E. Lyell Earle, 1894
Even the glibbest German has not dared to deny that his people desire to return
to East Africa because that country is capable of producing in superabundance
agricultural products and industrial materials that they require at home, and that ...
The British Quarterly Review July and October,1878 VOL.LXVIII
From the prime minister blustering in his cups to the smallest government
underling who has to echo the voice of his superiors, to the glibbest lawyer on his
promotion who has to speak from The Betrayal of Roumania. 487 the brief which
The British Quarterly Review July and October,1878 VOL.LXVIII, 1878
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «GLIBBEST»
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Rents rise if negative gearing cut: Hockey
Mr Butler said the prime minister has responded in the "glibbest possible political terms". Assistant Treasurer Josh Frydenberg told a TV ... «Yahoo7 News, Jun 15»
What It Would Take to Prove Global Warming
The glibbest thing said by environmentalists—and proof that the person who says it has no understanding of science—is that human-caused ... «The Federalist, Apr 15»
Berlin Film Review: 'Every Thing Will Be Fine'
... stubbornly humorless script only scatches the surface of its own dramatic quandaries, diagnosing its characters in the glibbest terms possible ... «Variety, Feb 15»
'Hector and the Search for Happiness,' With Simon Pegg
... dispenses advice to a drug kingpin (Jean Reno) and — in the film's glibbest episode of cultural tourism — is kidnapped and held for ransom. «New York Times, Sep 14»
How to tell who's really reading Thomas Piketty
... the glibbest and most epigrammatic sentences in any popular book begin to appear with dotted lines underneath them and the words '19 [or ... «Spectator.co.uk, Jul 14»
Recap: Updates from the India election results
Raveena Aulakh @RaveenaAulakh. The race should soon start to get a soundbyte from Narendra Modi's wife. Let the glibbest reporter win. «Toronto Star, May 14»
10 facepalm-inducing moments from the right — just this week!
In a different time, the high court's glibbest right winger might have felt the need to be more circumspect about his religious beliefs, what with ... «Salon, Oct 13»
“The Newsroom” puts itself on trial
This is how you know that Mac is no longer even the glibbest of liberal feminists, or the Real Tina Fey, but an actual 45-year-old man. Guilty. «Salon, Jul 13»
The Rise of Jesse Jackson Jr. and the First Family of Black America
Jesse 31, is the glibbest sibling, consciously peppering conversations with everything from rap lyrics to Biblical passages. Jonathan, 30, seems ... «Chicagomag.com, Sep 12»
The Folly of Kindle Diplomacy
That essay—by far the glibbest text I've ever written—chided American diplomats for not exploiting the immense digital soft power that a ... «Slate Magazine, Jun 12»