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Heat them and they congeal into a thick-skinned blob that looks and feels like plastic when it cools down.
The oil-based colourless fluid apparently makes a line of white powder congeal and semi-dissolve, meaning it is impossible to snort.
SECRET WEAPON: Surfaces sprayed with WD-40 cause cocaine to congeal
But their perfect vacancy slips past the fresh-faced virility peddled by The North Face to congeal in motionless enigma.
Astrophysicist Thomas Quinn, from the University of Washington, said the disk of matter which spins round a young star begins to break up and congeal into planets more quickly than earlier thought.
He literalized the idea of a painting as a container by filling small cardboard boxes with paint, which he let congeal, evaporate, and then dry in basically monochromatic fields.
A dose lasting just a few seconds can cause targeted cells to die or can denature the proteins in blood so they congeal into a clot like the white of an egg does as it's fried.
Hints of clannish group bonding, moments of personal isolation on which we voyeuristically intrude, and episodes of intense athletic endeavor congeal into a somewhat wistful genre video.
The NIST F-1 fountain clock that went into service last month uses lasers to congeal cesium atoms into a cold ball.
Too little sulfur, and the fluid might congeal too rapidly to generate a magnetic field lasting for even a few hundred million years.