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glued

1. mod. arrested. (Underworld.) Shorty goes to great extremes to keep from getting glued.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. About three more beers and I’ll be glued.
See also: glue
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As mentioned above the study of glued graphs from combinatorial points of view has become an active area but our main purpose of the current paper is to express algebraic features of glued graphs at complete clone using combinatorial properties.
We see that the samples made of steamed beech and glued PU showed the highest strength while samples made of thermally modified beech have the lowest value of shear strength.
Her tiny voice was decisive, instructing Santa about the randomly glued pictures dotting the makeshift scroll.
There can be a fear of attempting these sorts of projects because someone might fall to the ground from a poorly glued chair.
In cold settings, freezing and thawing can pry glued parts apart.
The main faults found were geometric and/or dimensional errors due to the pattern molding and gluing processes and coating and sand inclusion in the casting due to incomplete sealing of the glued pattern surfaces.
As a result, high detection accuracy is achieved even if there are changes in lighting or if the glued object is different.
To demonstrate the incredible holding power of their new G02 Glue, they glued one leaf of a door hinge to a piece of wood and screwed the other leaf to a second piece of wood.
6) For shoes, we found a bandanna with shoe prints on it, and cut them out and glued them on.
On Friday, he glued chrysanthemums onto a float in a Pasadena warehouse.
It's glued to the back of the plate with decoupage paste.
Broken pieces can sometimes be glued back together.
Over the years, I've glued on a lot of shelf nosing.