superglue


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superglue

any of various impact adhesives that quickly make an exceptionally strong bond
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The winner - by a nose - was Jim Noble of Colwyn Bay with: ``Alright.Who's the joker with the superglue?''
FORMER Open champion John Daly is hoping not to come unstuck in this week's TNT Open after using superglue on a hand injury.
Vivien Teague, by email A Superglue remover will soften the glue and allow it to be wiped off.
In the blue, Terry Wogan and Bruce Forsyth are still messing around with the rug and the superglue.
Millions of tubes of superglue are sold every year in the UK and the law of averages suggests a few drops will go astray.
And if you really are worried about your little darling dropping the egg in front of everyone, the answer's simple: Superglue.
Superglue fix to stop blood seeping into baby's brain Born on May 16, Ashlyn Julian seemed healthy until she was about 10-days-old, when she began suffering seizures.
This is like slowly peeling a sticking plaster off, little by little, only to superglue it right back into the wound, or taking a splinter out of your finger and sticking it in your eye.
Shannon Baxter, 10, was forced to swap schools after a gang of girls threatened to superglue her mouth and told her she would "find her mum dead in bed".
They then used superglue to attach swallow-like tailfeathers to housemartins, turning the smaller birds into much better flyers.
It's superglue on the streets, thanks to the constantly varying supply of torque to all permanently-driven four wheels, and it rockets from 0-62mph in 6.6 seconds.
A MAN was taken to hospital stuck to a public toilet after a vandal covered the seat with superglue.