- gelasius i,
- gelasius i, saint,
- gelasius ii,
- gelatin dynamite,
Origin of gelatin
Examples from the Web for gelatin
After all, the brain is as soft as gelatin, and the body can only do so much to protect it.
Meanwhile, bloom five sheets of gelatin in a bowl of warm water.
He heated some oil, stirred in a few sheets of gelatin, let the mixture cool in a baking dish and then sliced it into squares.
Make the soaking syrup by mixing the coffee, sugar, and gelatin with a wire whisk.
Reduce the heat again, this time to low, and add the gelatin.
Yes; over the gelatin we had clothing; had a suit, shirt and undershirt, and underneath that a clipped goatskin.Warren Commission (5 of 26): Hearings Vol. V (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
The extract so obtained keeps well (if all the fat and gelatin are removed), and is most conveniently adapted for exportation.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
Put one quart of good bouillon, chicken or beef, over the fire, and boil it rapidly until reduced to a pint; add the gelatin.
They obtained a vigorous effect from Balmain's luminous paint, but when this was mixed in gelatin there was no external effect.The Birth-Time of the World and Other Scientific Essays|J. (John) Joly
The filtrate was invariably found to be quite devoid of fermenting power, none of the enzyme passing through the gelatin.Alcoholic Fermentation|Arthur Harden