Gum or GUM may refer to:

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Stride (gum)
... Stride is a brand of chewing gum created by Cadbury (owned by Mondel─ôz International) ... Its packs usually consist of 14 pieces of gum ...
Shim Gum Do - Spread
... Chang Sik Kim, the founding master of Shim Gum Do, began teaching in Korea in 1971 and brought his martial art to the United States in 1974 ... Shim Gum Do schools have since been opened in Italy, Japan, and Poland ... The current headquarters of the World Shim Gum Do Association as well as the American Buddhist Shim Gum Do Association is Shim Gwang Sa temple located in Brighton, Massachusetts ...
Gum - Other Uses
... Gum base Gingiva, or gums, is the soft tissue partly covering teeth Bubblegum Chewing gum Postage stamp gum Spirit gum, used to affix applications to the body Gum (footballer ...
Chewing Gum (disambiguation)
... Chewing gum is a type of confection traditionally made of chicle or synthetic rubber ... Chewing gum may also refer to "Chewing Gum" (song), a 2004 electropop song by Annie Chewing Gum (EP), a 1997 EP from Polar Bear ...
Stride (gum) - Marketing
... Stride chewing gum was unveiled at the All Candy Expo in 2006, when, after three years of product development, Cadbury claimed that through the use of ... Cadbury marketed the gum as "The Ridiculously Long Lasting Gum" ... These ads include the CEO of Stride gum begging customers to buy more gum as was popular at first but lasted too long and nobody came back for more ...

Famous quotes containing the word gum:

    Two wooden tubs of blue hydrangeas stand at the foot of the stone steps.
    The sky is a blue gum streaked with rose. The trees are black.
    The grackles crack their throats of bone in the smooth air.
    Moisture and heat have swollen the garden into a slum of bloom.
    Pardie! Summer is like a fat beast, sleepy in mildew....
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    The hunchback on the corner, with gum and shoelaces,
    Has his own wisdom and pleasures,
    Robert Penn Warren (1905–1989)