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gelatingel‧a‧tin, gelatine /ˈdʒelətɪn $ -tn/ noun  [uncountable]DFF a clear substance obtained from boiled animal bones, used for making jelly
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gelatinThere is a constraint as thick as gelatin in the air between us.Dissolve gelatin in cold water and add to soup mixture.Equally horrible was napalm, which melts its victims into a kind of gelatin.Warm it up, add four sachets of gelatin and stir until it's all dissolved.Papermakers use a variety of synthetic resin, starch and organic gelatin sizes in the manufacture of watercolour papers.Stir constantly for 10 min in order to dissolve the gelatin.Place the bowl in a pan of simmering water, and stir until the gelatin has dissolved.
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