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gluey

and gluer
n. a person, usually a teenager, who sniffs glue. (Drugs.) Teddy is a gluey. That’s why he’s failing in school.
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We've been creating mobile software for 19 years now and this our best work yet -- we're very proud of Gluey.
He made some mistakes the last day and Graham thinks that was because the ground was gluey he couldn't get out of it, so we are hoping the better ground will see him jump better.
Visiting a school in Telford he discovers 13-year-olds today are less enthralled by tiny, gluey bits of plastic, but presses on with his mission to build a life-size model of a spitfire.
When these chemicals bump into acidic industrial air pollution, a reaction occurs creating tiny gluey droplets as aerosols--and that is unhealthy, warned researchers from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in the USA (they have been working with the University of Copenhagen, Denmark and the University of Otago, New Zealand).
However, Worgan, signed from Llanharan, did not have a debut to remember, giving too much ball away and seemingly short of Premier pace in the gluey conditions.
Nearly all consumers commented that the appearance of the water process sample was greyer, blander and had gluey, gummy or pasty texture.
Philip Hobbs, who trains the gelding, rates him highly and blamed the gluey ground for his poor run over course and distance last month - a performance that came just 11 days after he had won easily on his jumping debut at Southwell.
Just be extremely careful not to overmix your potatoes; otherwise, they'll become gluey, and no one will be thankful for that.
It's also feasible to use an electric mixer, but you must keep mixing to a minimum to avoid ending up with gluey mashed potatoes that have lost their fluffiness.
Owned by Khalid Abdullah, the Joh Gosden-trained colt handled the gluey conditions best the Group Three contest and will now have his sights raised.
Lab tests showed that the gluey substance was made from vegetable oil and resin, or a sticky liquid that comes from trees.
Pass on the standard gluey pizza or sliced sub, and try to put out more unique and tempting treats, like Chinese dumplings or chicken satay.
Dr Teinaz said the meat taken from the lorry was slimy, gluey and had an acetone smell.
Pyl ypchuk renders them all with sad eyes and mouths, often in embarrassing or abject acts (sobbing; vomiting a gluey mess speckled with brightly colored stuff).
As a little girl in the mid-1950s, I remember inhaling the gluey aroma of roast lamb, Lucky Strikes, and old-man musk as I stood with my mother amidst the Walker women's furniture and vases and oriental rugs in the sitting room of my grandfather's Indianapolis apartment.