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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Like the original makers, Coad will use animal glue (hers will be made from fish).
For my shoes I'm using recycled canvas, cotton laces, no animal glue, no animal materials.
With its cracks, missing lid and broken handle stuck back with ugly brown animal glue it may seem unloved, but it's about to rewrite the history of ceramics on both sides of the Atlantic.
The percentage contents of amino acids, obtained by the proposed procedures, were submitted to correlation analysis with those obtained from egg protein, animal glue, and milk hydrolysis in order to achieve the identification of the proteinaceous binders present in the sample.
Recent authors have proposed the use of spectroscopic techniques, as vibrational and electronic spectroscopic methods, coupled with multivariate analysis for the discrimination of different painting binders (animal glue, whole egg, and linseed oil) [2, 4-6] and also of organic compounds of the same class, like lipidic binders [7-10], subjected to natural ageing.
At first, dry pigments were added to water and a binder of animal glue. Pellets of glue had to be soaked and then heated.
The bill also seeks to eliminate outdated portions of the existing law including the requirement that all public records be printed on "paper made of linen rags and new cotton clippings, well sized with animal sizing and well finished or on one hundred per cent bond paper sized with animal glue or gelatin.''
After the drying process, the masks are removed from the moulds and then are painted with a mixture of wheat flour and animal glue which gives an opaque finish.