isinglass


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Synonyms for isinglass

any of various minerals consisting of hydrous silicates of aluminum or potassium etc. that crystallize in forms that allow perfect cleavage into very thin leaves

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While the team behind the mission is reviewing the data received during the flight, Kristina Lynch, ISINGLASS principal investigator from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, said in (https://www.
Gelatin and Gelatin Derivatives Isinglass and Bone Glues Market in Europe 2014-2018
I looked into his eyes which were far larger than mine but shallower, and yellowed, the irises backed and packed with tarnished tinfoil seen through the lenses of old scratched isinglass.
Clarify it with anything from egg whites to isinglass.
Juice fining products include casein, PVPP and occasionally isinglass (fish fining agent).
A few years later it expanded to include caviar and isinglass, a product used in the clarification of wine and beer, made from the fish's swim bladder.
I looked into his eyes, which were far larger than mine but shallower, and yellowed, the irises backed and packed with tarnished tinfoil seen through the lenses of old scratched isinglass.
Isinglass, from the gall bladder of a fish, is used to clear Guinness.
The likes of West Australian, Ormonde, St Simon and Isinglass would spring to mind when an all-time great is mentioned.
Isinglass was later immortalized by Oscar Hammerstein in Oklahoma's "Surrey with the Fringe on Top,"--"with isinglass curtains you can pull right down in case there's a change in the weather.
Isinglass, Astrachan 9 0 1 1 0 Russian 10 0 14 0 Brazil 4 0 C 0 Manufacturers' prices (*) Macaroni and Vermicelli.
The vast number of lake sturgeon supported a commercial fishery that utilized their eggs for caviar and flesh for consumption, fertilizer, leather, oil and isinglass exported across Europe (Prince, 1905; Harkness and Diamond, 1961).
And clarifying, getting the Isinglass working the first time, and it has to settle out again.
Often forgotten and expensive to replace are the fasteners and zippers of enclosures and isinglass.