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glutinous

 [gloo´tĭ-nus]
adhesive; sticky.

glu·ti·nous

(glū'tin-ŭs),
Sticky.

glutinous

/glu·ti·nous/ (gloo´tĭ-nus) adhesive; sticky.

glu·ti·nous

(glū'tin-ŭs)
Sticky.

glutinous

adhesive; sticky.
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Sweet sesame seed balls are deep fried large glutinous rice balls with a sweet filling which expands when cooked signifying the way your luck will expand through the year.
The Central Rice Research Institute ( CRRI), Cuttack, has now successfully grown a glutinous ( waxy) variety of rice called Aghunibora in the Orissa plains without losing its characteristics in the heat and humidity.
Americans must start realising that it is their glutinous, selfish, self-opinionated policies that must be addressed and changed in the US, in Washington specifically, before they can be an 'impartial and honest world power', and before they will ever be respected.
The organic brown rice was moist and the chef had added a little black glutinous rice to balance the moistness of the brown rice and in so doing, added a hint of the famous local dessert, pulot hitam flavour.
Suitable filter media are also available for the specific requirements and ambient conditions in for example, waste treatment plants, and for glutinous and abrasive dust.
However, what had appeared to be a solid runway from the air turned out to be a surface of glutinous mud.
I had no alternative but to dismiss the big Welsh combatant, Maximus Glutinous, for dissent.
Ringo: One of the biggest issues we are facing today is drilling in the Artic National Wildlife Refuge to satisfy America's glutinous appetite for energy.
To the Editor: In May 2003, a previously healthy, 42-year-old rice farmer and miller, living on the Plain of Jars (Xieng Khuang Province) in northeast Lao People's Democratic Republic (PDR) (Laos), dehusked and polished glutinous rice in her hand-operated rice mill.
Pounding steamed glutinous rice in a large wooden mortar, called the usu, with a wooden mallet called the kine, makes Mochi--which is similar to a rice cake.
Pearl milk tea, also known as "bubble tea," is a popular drink containing small white balls of glutinous sago.