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gelatinize

[jə′lat·ən‚īz]
(engineering)
To coat or treat with a solution of gelatin.
(materials)
To convert into a gelatinous form or into a gel.
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Verder sorg sy, deur haar verwysings na 'n sorgelose kindertyd, dat die meisie, gelate maar trots, haar toekoms kan betree.
Gli eroi non hanno paura, ma Tristano non sa ancora di essere un eroe, e un uomo solo che stringe un mitra sottratto a un tedesco ucciso, ha le mani gelate, i piedi gelati, gli pare di essere incapace di pensare.
Merz's return to painting was represented by key works such as Vento prehistorico dalle montagne gelate I (Prehistoric Wind from the Frozen Mountains I), 1976.
By a remarkable coincidence, Jean Starobinski--in a paper on Scientific Language and Poetic Language delivered at the Convegno della Fondazione Balzan at the Royal Society of London in May, 2002--also illustrated the difference and, at the same time, the continuity between the two universes of discourse, comparing a "lunga e complicata equazione corrispondente alla formazione delle onde su uno specchio d'acqua" ("long and complicated equation corresponding to the formation of waves on a mirror of water"), cited by the physicist Arthur Eddington, with a stanza by an English poet evoking "acque agitate da venti durante il giorno e gelate di notte" ("waters agitated by winds during the day and frozen at night"), also recalled subsequently by Eddington.