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glue

Vox populi A substance used to join one material to another. See Fibrin glue, Krazy glue, Superglue.
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When whole, unpeeled potatoes cook in a microwave oven, the water inside them heats rapidly, and when it gets hot enough, the steam that can't escape breaks open the starch buds, releasing their gluey starch.
I'll have someone walk the track tomorrow and if it's going to be gluey, Noir Et Vert wouldn't run.
Muddy it might have been, with four raiders from the mighty Aidan O'Brien team disappearing into the gluey turf, but winning trainer Peter Chapple-Hyam expects to win even bigger races with his surprise packet.
Owned by Khalid Abdullah, the John Gosden-trained colt handled the gluey conditions best in the Group Three contest and always had his rivals covered under Richard Hughes.
You get cold feet and gluey fingers,'' said a laughing Sayles, 61, of Glendale.
Mix the spices and flour in a bowl, add the lemon juice and a little water and mix until you have a sticky gluey consistency.
Kim Bailey's eight-year-old, a winner between the flags in Ireland, trotted up on her debut at Towcester in gluey conditions with a ton in hand.
You've had to live with the tacky, gooey, gluey mess for years.
Why do potatoes get gluey if you mash them in a food processor?
To confirm that hexanal and trans-2-hexenal served as the chemical attractants, Eisner's group constructed gluey cardboard traps, some of which held tiny tubes of the chemicals.
She doesn't mind heavy ground although she wouldn't want it gluey.
Q When I cook mashed potatoes, they're either lumpy or gluey.