It seemed to have become vegetable; to have degenerated in that rank, sunless air to lush lichen or spreading moss that grew in patches to the staircase and was viscid
under the foot like organic matter.
But as the excretion is extremely viscid
, it is probably a convenience to the aphides to have it removed; and therefore probably the aphides do not instinctively excrete for the sole good of the ants.
As the quart insensibly passes into the sandstone, it seems probable tha the former owes its origin to the sandstone having bee heated to such a degree that it became viscid
, and upon cooling crystallized.
Mumbi said it's the viscid
bits on raw chicken that compels her to rinse the chicken in her kitchen sink before cooking it.
oil, not so suitable for cooking due to presence of lethal fatty acids.
On standing, the oil becomes viscid
and insoluble in alcohol.
Morphologically, the taxon is characterized by the presence of a medium to considerably larger pileus with glutinous to viscid
surface colored gray-orange to orange white or with paler to white margin; adnate to shallowly adnexed, white, distant lamellae with 2-3 series of lamellulae; globose to subglobose basidiospores measuring 19-25x18-23 [micro]m in diameter; an ixotrichoderm type of pileipellis; well-developed, stalked, pleuro- and cheilocystidia; presence of one- to few-celled caulocystidia with heterogeneous contents; and lignicolous habit.
Whereas the compressed filtrate transferred into a viscid
concentrate, it was observable that we create the crude ethanolic extract.
Aspiration reveals clear viscid
fluid which was sent for biochemical analysis which revealed high amylase content (Ranging from 7000-10000 units/L).
"too heavy and too viscid
blood," rather than "a redundance of black bile"; 2.
Madam companion spots a favourite dish: smoked aubergine; we supported it with the Saganaki, shrimps and feta in a viscid
tomato sauce, and added a plate of baby kalamari.
which a liquid or viscid
ink is applied before each impression is made.