animal glue

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Noun1.animal glue - a protein gelatin obtained by boiling e.g. skins and hoofs of cattle and horsesanimal glue - a protein gelatin obtained by boiling e.g. skins and hoofs of cattle and horses
animal product - a product made from animal material
glue, mucilage, gum - cement consisting of a sticky substance that is used as an adhesive
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Contractor address : The Glue Factory, 22 Farnell Street,
He said the defendants moved into the former Bostik glue factory site in August 2013, planning to convert waste into fuel pellets and briquettes.
But the cast were quick to distance themselves from associations with Brendan O'Carroll's Irish comedy when the Record joined them in rehearsals at Glasgow's Glue Factory.
I was 29 years old--hardly ready for the glue factory yet.
The series was created, written, and directed by The Glue Factory, one of Australia's most celebrated creative collectives, and produced by Revolver, Australia's leading commercial production company.
After news that the Art School won't be open in time, Optimo are now holding their legendary party at The Glue Factory.
I love working with people who push me, rather than need to be pushed," says Beth Corning, who relishes brainstorming and performing with seasoned artists via The Glue Factory Project, an initiative she launched in 2000.
From 1925 to 1936 he was employed at Shell Bank, acting for Saku Brewery, Tallinn Glue Factory and Franz Krull Machine-building Works.
POP megastar Rihanna looks hot to trot despite fears that her new flop TV show will be consigned to the glue factory.
cing redundancy, a newspaper printer gees up his pals to buy a racehorse in a British comedy starring Bob Hoskins and Phil Davis that's due a trip to the glue factory.
The air was fresh and nice at Dukeshouse in contrast to the pitch and tar pits at Sadler's or the aroma rising from Schellenberg's Bone and Glue factory back on Teesside.