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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of glue.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. affixed with glue or paste.
- adj. having the attention so concentrated as to be difficult to cause a person to leave.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. affixed or as if affixed with glue or paste
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Then, with loose wood blocks, 66 and 67 to your hand, hold the glued side of the rib over the under part of your glue pot, and then rapidly get _all the parts glued_ well on to the back and end blocks where they are to be.
(unless there is a label glued on to it), so there is nothing to read.
Ernie's joke is that every eye * will* remain glued to the screen due to the extremely (!!) sexy nature of that changing screen and what might be behind it.
Actual kids will remain glued to the floor of the manga aisle.
Epic Music has started distributing its review copies of forthcoming CDs to reviewers in glued-shut discmen, with glued-in headphones.
The question is not whether the water of truth be found, but whether it is drunk out of an orthodox bottle, with the Church's label glued firmly upon it.
The USDA approves TGs, and the FDA classifies meat glues as as safe, though meat retailers are required to label glued items in butcher shops and grocery stores.
Elie Magus and Remonencq made for the door, but a word glued them to the spot.
End of last week, the US justice released some of the financial forecasts aiming to evaluate the cost of the "Vista Capable" label glued on computers which were not really able to fully support or deliver all Vista functions.
I remember the year was 1984 because the wine label glued in my wine log book is a 1981 Marques de Caceres Rioja Crianza.