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- n. Obsolete form of jelly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Jelly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of jelly.
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- n. a type of dynamite in which the nitroglycerin is absorbed in a base of wood pulp and sodium or potassium nitrate
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So, yes, the teenage 90210 fan in me is crossing her fingers, hoping Green stumbles onto Wisteria Lane so I can start scribbling “Kate + Keith” with gelly roll pens in my Lisa Frank Trapper Keeper.
May 27, 2009 at 3:57 am ooo ai lurves teh sparklee gelly pens!
Ever have one of those little gelly alien finger puppets?
Called Instant Gel, their proposal also makes use of existing water-borne organism and pollutants but this time they are to be used to set off a chemical reaction with layers of flexible gelly structures, creating fantastical island-sized foamy water lilies.
Those gelly bracelets can leave marks like that if you sleep with them on and if you have your inner arm on a table or something.
December 19, 2007 at 3:24 pm necks EEster, wii kin shares teh black gelly-beens!
I write my drafts with pens--usually those really excellent Japanese gelly roll pens, which lay down a satisfyingly slug-like trail of gleaming ink--in little books, little so that your 1500 words or whatever the daily amount is covers 4 or 5 pages and makes you feel productive.
I used to go through pots and pots of gel a week, and once I demonstrated a headstand to my class in PE and left a very watery, gelly mark on the PE mat, which everyone noticed.
Helm 9 almost certainly laid the gelly, and Nogo probably led the men who hit our camp last night.
Wine, and when you have made it strong of the Plums, put to every pint half a pound of Sugar, and so boil it till a drop of it hang on the back of a spoon like a quaking gelly.