It begins with zero in the glair of a cell and ascends until we come to the mighty brain of a Newton.
"The Mason-bees" by J. Henri Fabre
But safety lies within; and behold the atom of animated glair embarking on its struggle with the flint.
"The Life of the Fly" by J. Henri Fabre
Preparations had been made at the Maison Alix for the reception of M. Glaire, and his supposed occupation had been announced.
"A Stable for Nightmares" by J. Sheridan Le Fanu
The glaire of the edge gilding will help to stop the edges fraying out.
"Bookbinding, and the Care of Books" by Douglas Cockerell
The strength and litheness of a clown cannot compare with those of this budding flesh, this hardly coagulated glair.
"The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles" by Jean Henri Fabre
Bookbinders use some composition made of glair, or white of egg, which produces a very glossy appearance.
"Notes and Queries, Number 235, April 29, 1854" by Various
To polish leathers such as these, binders' varnish or, at least, the glaire mentioned above, should be used.
"Book Repair and Restoration" by Mitchell Buck
Mrs Glaire, ma'am, Mrs Glaire, for shame, for shame!
"The Parson O' Dumford" by George Manville Fenn
If kept corked glaire will keep for some time.
"Library Bookbinding" by Arthur Low Bailey
To make the gold stick to the surface, glair or white of egg is used in all cases.
"Practical Bookbinding" by Paul Adam
Where abundant evacuations of glaires are alternate with constipation, cold injections are a great relief.
"Every Man his own Doctor" by R. T. Claridge