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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.

gluer

verb
See gluey
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A I laugh at the futile slapstick of the gluer in the poem.
In a joint paper with Gluer published in 2009, Wikforss resumes her opposition to linguistic normativity, sharpening the argument by focussing on "content normativity".
WAYNE GRADY'S novel Emancipation Day was long-listed for the 2013 Scotiabank GlUer Prize.
Other machinery used at the 60,000-square-foot facility includes: Weinig moulders, gluers including an RF gluer, Timesavers planer/sanders, Extrema sanders and Friulmac machines.
Gluer goes on to discuss John McDowell's objection that experience is a kind of propositional attitude.
36) En un espiritu similar, pero a proposito de la normatividad semantica, Kathrin Gluer, hace uso de la analogia wittgensteiniana con los juegos para sugerir que el uso significativo de las expresiones linguisticas carece de los rasgos caracteristicos requeridos por las actividades esencialmente gobernadas por reglas (cf.
Gluer, professor of medical physics in the department of diagnostic radiology, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein in Kiel, Germany.
1) See Kathrin Gluer and Asa Wikforss, "The Normativity of Meaning and Content," Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, accessed online at: http://plato.
Also in this section is the door and drawer area, utilizing a Koch Sprint PTP-2 boring and doweling machine, a Mereen-Johnson 1105-F dovetailer and case damp, and Dodds dovetail gluer.
The discrete blanks are then transferred in register and further processed in, for example, a gluer folder/sealer, delivered and stacked.
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