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  • verb Present participle of glue.

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Examples

  • Using a single piece of wood means that no gluing is required and the overall finished piece will be stronger.

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  • For those unfamiliar with the term, as I was until I showed up for the party at the IAC Building, that undulating Frank Gehry structure on the Hudson River and 18th Street, decoupage refers to gluing stickers to things, in this case a balsa—or at least some kind of wood—replica of the vehicle being feted.

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  • I also love when someone takes the idea of gluing things to breasts and just runs with it.

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  • I also love when someone takes the idea of gluing things to breasts and just runs with it.

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  • I don't like the idea of gluing the pieces together, but that is a small price to pay for such nice figures.

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  • I guess if you look at history, the term "collage" is based on the idea of gluing things together -- it could be welding, it could be taking a web page and doing the same thing.

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  • After a fateful sneeze ruined the sequence of his lyrics, he came up with the idea of gluing magnets to the back of them.

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  • A: This might be feasible in some cases, such as gluing a separated leather sole.

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  • The highest levels occurred during art activities such as gluing, painting and drawing when indoor levels were several times higher than outdoor levels.

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  • The highest levels occurred during art activities such as gluing, painting and drawing when indoor levels were several times higher than outdoor levels.

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