superglue

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superglue

(soo'per-gloo?)
An extremely strong adhesive made of cyanoacrylate. It can be used to reapproximate the edges of a wound without sutures.

CAUTION!

This glue is quite effective in gluing skin to skin. It should not be used near the eyes, mouth, nose, labia, or other sensitive body parts. See: cyanoacrylate adhesive
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In another report on youthful misadventure, an 18-year-old Briton with a prominent right ear tried supergluing the back of his ear onto the postaural skin to make his ears look symmetrical.
Supergluing the doors of old people's flats in the middle of the night may seem a bit of a lark to someone of strictly limited intelligence.
Methods include causing leaks, bending aerials, supergluing the safes containing firing codes and barricading themselves in cabins so subs can't sail.