n.— «Clearly, the professor’s statements are empty words, commonly known in MBA-lingo as “gas” or “globe.” Lots of speech and no content whatsoever. Is Dr. Monipally to blame for this near-meaningless collection of words, or the ET reporter who, knowing that the committee had only just been constituted and would take 6 months for its report, insisted on asking the professor who/how/what/when/why questions before the event (programme revision) had even begun.» —“How to talk a lot without saying anything at all” by Rahul Gaitonde 2 Paise Worth: The IIM Kozhikode MBA Blog (Kerala, India) May 20, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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