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Wood glue. Glue between two pieces of wood used for bonding. Glue is traditionally made either from the boiled hides and bones of animals or from natural plant resins. Modern glues are synthetic acrylic resins made from petrochemicals which rapidly dry and form a much stronger bond.
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