But Glaser made no mention of Wachovia, what had gone wrong there, and what might be learned from the lapse in oversight.
“We share the hate,” Glaser says cheerfully, sipping her ubiquitous can of Diet Dr Pepper.
Glaser says attacking the audience is off-limits, though she did call a heckler a “c--t” once.
When Miss Glaser really gets down to business and makes fun wholly for her audience, she is a most entertaining little woman.
Wilhelmine, forgive me; but this preposterous Glaser story, as you call it, has never been properly explained.
This was what might be termed a "straight" part, and was only given to Miss Glaser after two other rles had been assigned to her.
Glaser was the principal, probably the only person who furnished Sainte-Croix and his mistress with poisons.
Glaser was apothecary in ordinary to the king and Monsieur, and demonstrator in chemistry to the Jardin des Plantes.
An account of this railway has appeared in Glaser's Annalen, together with drawings of the engine, which we are able to reproduce.
The recent discoveries of Glaser with reference to the early civilisation of Southern Arabia also bear on this point.