In some of Siemens's cables, vulcanised india rubber replaces the gutta percha insulation.
It had the game to itself up to 1848, which was the year that the gutta came in.
That the Siamese Twins were joined together by gutta percha moulded and painted to look like a shoulder blade.
Apafi's is 'Fata viam inveniunt,' mine is 'gutta cavat lapidem.'
The chief use of gutta percha is now for electrical purposes.
In its most convenient form it consists of a hoop of gutta percha, over which a circular piece of parchment paper is stretched.
Indeed, if there's anything I love in the world it is gutta percha food.
The limb or tail must be encased with leather or gutta percha.
What the use of gutta percha is doing for the Malays, the use of palm-oil is doing for the Africans.
gutta percha was also exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851.
gutta gut·ta (gŭt'ə)
n. pl. gut·tae (gŭt'ē')
A drop, as of liquid medicine.