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 n.Gloss: a Wall Street term for Google, Research in Motion, and Apple together. «Gripple is Wall Street argot for Google, Research in Motion and Apple. The concept is they are really one stock, interchangeable as to valuation and market risk. Growth stock players own these properties because Gripple’s earnings compound above 30% per annum with no end in sight.» —“The Gripple Players” by Martin Sosnoff Forbes Dec. 6, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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