gluer

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gluer

slang Someone who sniffs glue to produce a high. Yeah, I was a gluer before I started using harder stuff.

gluey

slang Someone who sniffs glue to produce a high. Yeah, I was a gluey before I started using harder stuff.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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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.
His mental instability reaches a crescendo when he learns of the recent death of Gillian by a drugs overdose and he wants revenge on the dagger gluers.
The web-offset press is equipped with three folders, quarter folders, ribbon decks, and gluers that allow us to glue and trim booklet inline.
From the brand's headquarters in Auckland (the City of Sails, no less) a team of 70 to 80 staff, from cutters and gluers to chemical engineers and aerodynamics experts, works in partnership with some of the world's most experienced sailors including America's Cup, Volvo Ocean Race and ISAF World Championship talent.
Products: Alexander Dodds produces drawer machinery, dovetailers, dovetail gluers, drawer clamps, bore and dowel.
Gluers can apply either hot or cold glue to a chip board and expanded metal for bonding to media before pleating.
Cermex will feature information from their 'End of line packaging machinery', including: case erectors and gluers, case and tray packers, robot packers and palletisers, wraparound machines and shrinkwrap machines.
flexo printing and converting line, Jagenburg high-speed gluers, and Bobst die-cutter.
Third grade students formedd cooperative learning groups, which included drafters, cutters, arrangers and gluers, to organize a production of the "Rivetta Stone," an adaptation of the famous Rosetta Stone.
Despite the fact that a tangential cult of stitchers and gluers called "Handmaidens of the Quilt" has sprung up to repair panels already aging, the Quilt, like painted flats of scenery representing rocks or pyramids, is clearly not for all time.
According to Conrad Bailey, spokesman for IndustrialPR.net, the packaging machines and supplies available on the site are available from OEM and custom manufacturers specializing in various automated packaging systems (open mouth, compression bailing and loose-fill), die cutters, computerized packaging and weighing equipment, sheeters, folders and gluers, peanuts, tapes, sealing machine and other packaging supply solutions at http://www.dir.industrialcoop.com/index.php?c=764.
Wagner pointed to the availability of inline gluers and stitchers and their use for several years by tabloids in Scandinavia--which is where Masthead looked for its solution to a better tabloid.
The equipment in the 40,000sq ft factory includes new and refurbished presses, four cutting and creasing machines, four gluers and a new origination department.