animal glue

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animal glue

[′an·ə·məl ‚glü]
(materials)
A glue made from the bones, hide, horns, and connective tissues of animals.

animal glue, hide glue

A glue made from the bones, hide, horns, and connective tissues of animals; when used hot, it develops strong bonds; has poor water resistance.
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The groundwork had already begun in the late Eighties, with the opening of landmark centres such as the cavernous Tramway, and the Glasgow Sculpture Studios, which faces The Glue Factory across the canal.
74 g/g creatinine) encountered in the glue factory would not elicit concern for major neurologic involvement [although the biological exposure indices adopted by the ACGIH are 0.
But part of the site was also used as a glue factory and residents raised contamination fears more than a decade ago.
I have helped a $10 MM toaster manufacturer overcome incompetent offspring and enabled him to position his company to be sold, helped run a $40 MM Formica glue factory on Long Island where its biggest competitor took it over, and most recently helped a $10 MM bus company in Worcester implement a fully integrated accounting system.
Contract notice: Former glue factory tangermE-nde, backup / restoration lhkw- groundwater contamination, measure m03-15 construction and operation of groundwater purification plant.
When we left Kosovo we were sent to Northern Ireland, and I remember the smell coming out of a glue factory reminded me of plastic being burnt in the refugee camps.
There will also be a special screening of sci-fi favourite Tron in warehouse-turned-club The Glue Factory, while John Carpenter's 1980 horror The Fog will be shown in the below-thewaterline hold of The Tall Ship Glenlee.
Having been through a number of drummers, guitarists and synth/percussion players, we eventually settled on the great line-up we have today, via rehearsing in a flooded studio where the Lighthouse Family recorded in the 90's, a glue factory and a dentist surgery.
SHOCKER Louis Saha, earmarked as a candidate for the glue factory until Redknapp snapped him up on deadline day, looked a thoroughbred again as he netted twice.
There is a ghoulish expression used in the City that the British banks are the best looking horse in the glue factory or the best looking pig in the slaughterhouse.
It got worse for Cardiff as Jay Bothroyd, who had been limping for most of the half like a horse on its way to the glue factory, had to come off with what looked like a thigh problem.
His memoirs, due out on October 1, describe his formative years in Aston where he ditched school at 15 and worked in a glue factory, a car horn tuning workshop, an abbatoir and spent time in prison.