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see adhesiveadhesive,
substance capable of sticking to surfaces of other substances and bonding them to one another. The term adhesive cement is sometimes used in place of adhesive, especially when referring to a synthetic adhesive.
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Glue

An adhesive substance; types include liquid glue, casein glue, animal glue, epoxy resin, vegetable glue, synthetic resin, cellulose cement and rubber compounds.
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glue

[glü]
(materials)
A crude, impure, amber-colored form of commercial gelatin of unknown detailed composition produced by the hydrolysis of animal collagen; gelatinizes in aqueous solutions and dries to form a strong, adhesive layer.
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glue

Any fluid adhesive substance used for joining materials, often of substantial weight; generally refers to adhesives that cure without heat: animal glue, fish glue, emulsion glue, etc.
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glue

any natural or synthetic adhesive, esp a sticky gelatinous substance prepared by boiling animal products such as bones, skin, and horns
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glue

(jargon)
A generic term for any interface logic or protocol that connects two component blocks. For example, Blue Glue is IBM's SNA protocol, and hardware designers call anything used to connect large VLSI's or circuit blocks "glue logic".
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glue

Software that provides some conversion, translation or other process that makes one system work with another. For example, an application adapter reformats the data into a form available to another application and vice versa. A CGI script sits between the browser and the database, enabling search requests to be passed to the database. "Glue" or "glue software" are terms that can be widely used to reference small programs or scripts needed to integrate applications or tie subsystems together. See application integration, integration server and middleware. See also glue chip.
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In section 2 we give an explicit formula for computing the height of glued graph at complete clone.
In Section 4 we give an upper bound for the projective dimension and Alexander dual of the edge ideal of the glued graph at any clone.
The combination of all the joints being glued tightly with the reasonable structural design kept everyone safely seated.
The deck itself consists of 1/4- by 1-inch ripped redwood strips glued to 1/4- by 3/4-inch "joists" spaced 5 inches apart.
Glue both sides of each strip and push the glued surfaces lightly together to delay glue setup.
Over the years, I've glued on a lot of shelf nosing.
Screws are ideal for joints that call for extra strength, or where accurate positioning of a glued piece would be difficult.
The padding has just enough give to allow the glued joint to break loose when you pound on it.
If the joints were glued with hide glue, you can loosen them with hot water.
Bumps and ridges, like those on this tenon (Photo 1) don't allow for much direct contact between the surfaces being glued. The edge of this board is not only rough in some parts, but glassy-smooth where it was burnt by a dull saw blade.
A glued joint is only as strong as its weakest fink.