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Glue is the product of hydrolysis of proteins, usually originating from animals. The waste products of slaughterhouses (hide clippings, hoofs[?], etc.) are the source of most commercial glues.

See also: adhesive.

Glue is also the title of a novel, see Glue (book).

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