And he made light on it, and he says, "Pooh, pooh, Macey, make yourself easy," he says; "it's neither the meaning nor the words--it's the regester does it--that's the glue
Then Oz painted it on the inside with a coat of thin glue
, to make it airtight, after which he announced that the balloon was ready.
He thought that by starting out again with the lumber as soon as he had finished his dinner he might get back to the farm with the glue before Jotham and the old sorrel had had time to fetch Zenobia from the Flats; but he knew the chance was a slight one.
He worked like ten at the unloading, and when it was over hastened on to Michael Eady's for the glue.
Here, after considerable search, and sympathetic questions as to what he wanted it for, and whether ordinary flour paste wouldn't do as well if she couldn't find it, the widow Homan finally hunted down her solitary bottle of glue to its hiding-place in a medley of cough-lozenges and corset-laces.
I thought it best not to show him, you see, if it could be helped; for he's a-shaking all over, like-- Blight's simile is perhaps inspired by the surrounding dishes of sweets--'like Glue
unfinished frame * printed fabric * staple gun * buttons * thread * gems * tacky glue
After the mussels fixed themselves to the glass, the researchers cut the mollusks free and scraped off the glue
Another interesting discovery we made was that if gel glue
was used rather than white glue
, it gave a whole different look when dry: a still-wet look that many of the students loved.
With hot glue
the small figure (we used a cookie press with a Santa as a handle) to the inside of the painted jar lid.
Limited control over amount of glue
applied to a label
Gernep started with wet glue
machines and these are still the mainstay of the company, especially in brewing where wet-glue
systems from Gernep are still a traditional partner.