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  • n  a colloid in a more solid form than a sol
  • n  a thin translucent membrane used over stage lights for color effects
  • v  become a gel
    The solid, when heated, gelled
  • v  apply a styling gel to

  • While the mechanical Zou Ren Ti (named after the inventor, of course) can move its face and speak, its most impressive feature is its skin, which is made of silica gel and looks so .
  • It involves getting his arm wrapped up and applying a gel that burns while sparing (one hopes) what's underneath it.
  • The antitraction gel is mostly water, so it dries up in about 12 hours.
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  • Teko Modise in The Canadian Press
    The lack of unity within the French ranks could expose them, because "they need to gel, they need to start playing like a team," Modise added.
  • Mike Catt in
    Catt said: "I'm sure Rob will speak to the team and some will be for Brian and some against, but I believe he deserves a chance to carry on. It was very tough for him to inherit a side and a backroom staff without the time he needed to gel things."
  • Tom Hicks in SkySports
    We wanted to see what we could do with the players we had already bought,said Hicks. "We just wanted to see if the team was going to gel. Then he (Benitez) went to a press conference and kind of pouted and answered in the same way 20...

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