glumps

glumps

(ɡlʌmps)
n
a state of sulking
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The flavor is good -- no weird aftertaste -- and it's lighter than those gooey glumps you serve yourself at bargain buffets but can never properly coil.
where ycez = compensation of employees, unb = unemployment benefit payments, gswo = other social welfare transfers, twr = average tax rate on wages, salaries, and transfers, glumps = "other" taxes levied on households, and cpii = CPl excluding interest.
The alternative measure of y, which does not subtract off glumps, is also I(1).