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hide glue

[′hīd ‚glü]
(materials)
A strong, light-brown glue made from animal hides.

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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A corner block was then coated with liquid animal hide glue on each glue face and firmly pushed into position in the corner formed by the rail and post.
In earlier times, hide glue was used to bind real sand to bark or paper.
Photo B shows pounding along the length of the strap to loosen the muscle fiber from the dried natural hide glue.
The shield is made by glueing together three layers of thin rawhide using hide glue making the thickness approximately 11/32 inches.