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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Yes, they still rely on their 'veterans' but David Silva and Sergio Aguero, two of my favourite players ever, are only 31 and 29 respectively - hardly ready for the glue factory.
The film shows phenomenal shots of the towering scaffolding of a glue factory, juxtaposed with moving scenes in which the everlasting love between brothers and sisters prevails.
Tory MP Philip Davies He was the worst prime minister we have had for a very, very long time Jeremy Paxman on David Cameron Sir Patrick McLoughlin, perhaps three years late, was led away to the glue factory.
Sirtis, who was in Star Trek: The Next Generation from 1987 until 1994, said: "We get sent off to the glue factory when we turn 45.
For our part, however, we found the equine 'tutorial' seedy and sad, especially since both participants were over the hill and ready for the glue factory.
He might not have looked all that clever at Neymar's free-kick but by that stage the horse hadn't just bolted, it was a few hundred furlongs over the horizon while the Hoops were being bundled off to the glue factory.
Our father told us that he'd rescued two of our horses "from the glue factory.
He said: "I've said I'll carry on until they cart me out to the glue factory.
Jim Jensen paces in a warehouse that once housed a glue factory - and later a motorcycle dealer ship - before he and his brother, Bob, got their hands on it.
Contract award notice: former glue factory tangermnde, backup / restoration lhkw- groundwater contamination, measure m03-15 construction and operation of groundwater purification plant.
His performance is helped by two friends, the ukulele playing Billie, who has fled an orphanage and is scraping her living in a glue factory, and Artie, the neglected son of a wealthy banker.