Usage examples for gelatine

  1. This gelatine film is secured on paper by a coating of india- rubber. – Photogravure by Henry R. Blaney
  2. When so arranged a moistened piece of paper held several feet away will cause a minute expansion of the gelatine strip, which effects a pressure on the carbon, and causes a variation in the circuit sufficient to throw the spot of light from the galvanometer mirror off the scale. – Edison, His Life and Inventions by Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin
  3. The engineer hastily tore away the paper and took up five or six glass photographic negatives, of a half- plate size, which were damp, and stuck together by the gelatine films in couples. – Martin Hewitt, Investigator by Arthur Morrison
  4. Capsules, made of gelatine, do not lie in the animal's stomach, as commonly supposed, but dissolve readily; the gelatine itself being beneficial in many cases, especially if the bowels or stomach be irritated. – The Veterinarian by Chas. J. Korinek
  5. The materials used in fining are isinglass, white of egg or gelatine. – Manual of American Grape-Growing by U. P. Hedrick
  6. He devised something of gelatine especially for her purpose, by which colours on a transparency gained in brilliancy. – The Song of Songs by Hermann Sudermann
  7. When chopped, they are mixed with cottage cheese for sandwiches, stirred into all kinds of salads, put into cake batter, and all kinds of icings; and when left in unbroken halves, used to garnish many gelatine puddings and whipped- cream desserts. – Cookery for Little Girls by Olive Hyde Foster
  8. Reduce the liquid by rapid boiling and add to it a package of soaked and dissolved gelatine, pepper and salt to season highly, and the juice of a lemon. – The Myrtle Reed Cook Book by Myrtle Reed
  9. No doubt, had the human skeletons been found to contain more gelatine than those of the extinct mammalia, it would have shown that they were the more modern of the two; but it is possible that after a bone has gone on losing its animal matter up to a certain point, it may then part with no more so long as it continues enveloped in the same matrix. – The Antiquity of Man by Charles Lyell
  10. Have you any gelatine about you? – Monsieur Lecoq by Emile Gaboriau
  11. Add half a package of gelatine which has been soaked and dissolved in as little water as possible, and when cool but not set, fold in the stiffly beaten whites of four eggs. – The Myrtle Reed Cook Book by Myrtle Reed
  12. They may even refuse to develop at all from the insolubilization of the gelatine. – Photographic Reproduction Processes by P.C. Duchochois
  13. London had sophisticated some of them almost beyond redemption: Francis Lingen was less man than sensitive gelatine; James was the offspring of a tradition and a looking- glass. – Love and Lucy by Maurice Henry Hewlett
  14. Rub through a sieve, and add half a package of soaked and dissolved gelatine. – The Myrtle Reed Cook Book by Myrtle Reed
  15. The best results are obtained with paper previously sized with arrowroot or gelatine in order to keep the image entirely on the surface of the paper. – Photographic Reproduction Processes by P.C. Duchochois
  16. Gelatine may be employed, albumen also, but the coating should be insolubized when applied on the paper and dry. – Photographic Reproduction Processes by P.C. Duchochois
  17. Yes, together with the gelatine and the cartridges. – An I.D.B. in South Africa by Louise Vescelius-Sheldon
  18. Use eggs that have rich- looking yolks; and, should the weather be very warm, rather a larger proportion of gelatine must be allowed. – The Book of Household Management by Mrs. Isabella Beeton
  19. Now gelatine treated in this way- chromicized gelatine, as it is called- has a very peculiar property. – The Red Thumb Mark by R. Austin Freeman
  20. There is water of course, and there is jelly or gelatine, but these are not hard, they are not stones as glass seems to be. – The Child Under Eight by E.R. Murray and Henrietta Brown Smith