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  • You've got the hard attitude of the person of "All Day and All of the Night," then you've got this sensitive, delicate, jelly-like person wobbling around the world.

    Well-Respected Man

  • Each part – skin, fruit wall, pith and that jelly-like stuff around the seeds – plays a different part in producing that tomato flavour.

    Food for Fort: To peel or not to peel tomatoes, and other stories

  • MCD'Arrest 2009, shown in your Cheim & Read exhibition last year, was hypnotizing and, as you said, jelly-like.

    Marina Cashdan: Lynda Benglis, Shape Shifter and Influencer

  • Among his other works are claims that the human race is as old as the Earth and descended from creatures with jelly-like bodies, and a belief that men's passions seep into the Earth's interior, where they trigger earthquakes and volcanoes.

    Boing Boing

  • The cornea is a clear, jelly-like membrane covering the eye.

    Eye Exposures

  • MC D'Arrest 2009, shown in your Cheim & Read exhibition last year, was hypnotizing and, as you said, jelly-like.

    Marina Cashdan: Lynda Benglis, Shape Shifter and Influencer

  • Then your ideal of happiness is a jelly-like organism floating in

    Chapter 36

  • You've got the hard attitude of the person of "All Day and All of the Night," then you've got this sensitive, delicate, jelly-like person wobbling around the world.

    Well-Respected Man

  • The jelly-like organism develops a bony structure, muscles by which to move itself, and a nervous system —

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • Elastic water, a new substance invented by researchers at Tokyo University, is a jelly-like substance made up of 95% water along with two grams of clay and a small amount of organic materials.

    2010 April | Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World

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