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ich·thy·o·col·la

(ik'thē-ō-kol'ă),
Fish gelatin obtained from sounds or swim bladders of fish such as the hake, cod, and sturgeon; used as a glue, a food substitute, and a clarifying agent.
Synonym(s): isinglass
[ichthyo- + G. kolla, glue]

isinglass

(ī′zən-glăs′, ī′zĭng-)
n.
A transparent, almost pure gelatin prepared from the swim bladder of the sturgeon and certain other fishes and used as an adhesive and a clarifying agent.
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Unlike the ISINGLASS launches, however, those two launches will be near-simultaneous.
The word "prisms" stressed by repetition (here and on page 60), not only has associations with the mirrors in the periscope and with Bishop's scratched isinglass and object "tipping toward the light" but also implies the colors of the spectrum, a rainbow--the climactic and clearly symbolic image in "The Fish" as well--" where oil had spread a rainbow.../.., until everything / was rainbow, rainbow, rainbow!" (Poems 34) The rhetorical flourish of the multiple repetition, so atypical of Bishop, is the best clue to the intensity and importance of the psychological experience shadowed by the literal scene, an experience best understood as reflecting the Jungian concept of individuation.
I watched the blue flames through the isinglass window, fluttering like a school of fishes in the coal fire.
They resound through the body of her work, calling to mind the gas flame in "The Bight," the icy fire in "At the Fishhouses," the quartz arrowheads in "Cape Breton," the tear in the Man-Moth's eye, or the isinglass eye in "The Fish." Bishop selected a pallet similar to these poems, particularly "At the Fishhouses," with its "dark purple-brown" and "blue-gray." These landscapes are jeweled, like Emily Dickinson's.
The Schacts processed sturgeon eggs to be used as caviar and isinglass made from the fish's swim bladder which was used in manufacturing wine and beer.
But these marks do not seem to be impressed upon the isinglass substance above mentioned, but seem to be seen through it, as if they were engraved upon the body itself.
To add substance to the medium and increase its opacity, artists add a gelatin-like isinglass from fish or size from animals, and this mixture is called `bodycolor.'"
903964 Meat; poultry; game (dead); meat extracts; tinned, preserved, dried fruit and vegetables; eggs, milk; dairy products; edible fats; jellies for food, aquatic product, herrings; salmon; sardines; tuna fish; fish fillets; foods prepared from fish; isinglass for food; caviar; lobsters; spiny lobsters; oysters; mussels; shellfish; crayfish; weed extracts for food; shark's fin; maw; dried fish, dried fish floss; sleeve-fish; iced shrimps; iced prawns; dried shrimps; dried shrimps floss; jelly fish head; dried shellfish; dried clam; dried razor clam; laver; edible seaweed; kelp; kelp threads; seafood; sea-cucumbers; all included in Class 29.
It might not taste too meaty but the Black Stuff isn't suitable for vegetarians as it is made using isinglass, a substance used to clear the materials held in suspension in beers.
Pan oedd gormod o wyau a llefrith, byddem yn piclo'r wyau mewn isinglass, a gwneud menyn pot hallt ofnadwy, a photelu, piclo neu wneud jam efo pob dim arall oedd ar gael.
Students at Hopkinton Middle School and High School work with the teacher-librarians to share their Isinglass Teen Read Award Booktalks through Podcasts.