glass

A non-crystaline rock that results from very rapid cooling of magma.
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Glass

an inorganic product of fusion which has cooled to a rigid condition without crystallizing.
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glass

liquid with its viscosity so high that it appears solid, even though its constituent atoms and ions do not have a regular arrangement like those of crystalline substances.
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glass

[n] - a brittle transparent solid with irregular atomic structure 2. [n] - the quantity a glass will hold 3. [n] - glassware collectively 4. [n] - a glass container for holding liquids while drinking 5. [v] - furnish with glass, as of a window 6. [v] - scan with binoculars, as for game in the forest 7. [v] - enclose w
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Glass

The material predominantly used to glaze windows
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Glass

A fusion of sand and wood ash. Coloured with the addition of metal oxides. Used for the production of beads, and enamels for decoration.
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Glass

Wine glass.Transparent or translucent substance that is physically neither a solid or liquid. It is made by fusing certain types of sand (silica).
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glass

The Romans learned from the Syrians how to blow glass. This was a new and simple technique, although ways of making glass had been known for centuries. As a result, glass became widely used in Roman times. From ca. AD 200 the different styles of glass came together and all parts of the Roman Empire began to make glass of the same kind. Thousands of
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Glass

A hard, brittle substance, usually transparent, made by fusing silicates under high temperatures with soda, lime, etc.
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Glass

known to man since at least 4000BC, the basic ingredients are sand and a flux to reduce the melting point, such as soda. Ideal ingredients are basically, soda ash, lime and pure white silica sand, which are then fused together at high temperature. The Romans used glass in windows, after wh...
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glass

Hard, transparent or translucent substance made from the fusion of silica, such as sand or flint, and an alkali, such as potash or soda. When heated to about 1100°C (2000°F) the ingredients fuse together and become molten. In this state the metal, as it is technically called, can be shaped by blowing, casting, moulding or pressing. Glass can be c
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Glass

Glass (glȧs) noun [ Middle English glas , gles , Anglo-Saxon glæs ; akin to D., G., Dan., & Swedish glas , Icelandic glas , gler , Danish glar ; confer Anglo-Saxon glær amber, Latin glaesum . Confer Glare ,
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Glass

Glass transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Glassed ; present participle & verbal noun Glassing .] 1. To reflect, as in a mirror; to mirror; -- used reflexively. « Happy to glass themselves in such a mirror.&
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glass

1. A hard, brittle, translucent, and commonly transparent substance, white or coloured, having a conchoidal fracture, and made by fusing together sand or silica with lime, potash, soda, or lead oxide. It is used for window panes and mirrors, for articles of table and culinary use, for lenses, and various articles of ornament. ... Glass is variously
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glass

drinking glass noun a container for holding liquids while drinking
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glass

glaze verb furnish with glass; `glass the windows`
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glass

glass in verb enclose with glass; `glass in a porch`
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glass

verb scan (game in the forest) with binoculars
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glass

(glas) a hard, brittle, often transparent material, usually consisting of the fused amorphous silicates of potassium or sodium, and of calcium, with silica in excess. a container, usually cylindrical, made from this material. cupping glass a small vessel from which the...
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Glass

• (v. t.) To cover or furnish with glass; to glaze. • (v. t.) Anything made of glass. • (v. t.) To reflect, as in a mirror; to mirror; -- used reflexively. • (v. t.) An optical glass; a lens; a spyglass; -- in the plural, spectacles; as, a pair of glasses; he wears glasses. • (v. t.) A looking-glass; a mirror. • (v. t.
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Glass

(from the article `Rayonism`) ...founded by Mikhail F. Larionov, representing one of the first steps toward the development of abstract art in Russia. Larionov exhibited one of ...
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glass

an inorganic solid material that is usually transparent or translucent as well as hard, brittle, and impervious to the natural elements. Glass has ... [61 related articles]
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Glass

[novel] Glass is the second novel in the verse novel series Crank by Ellen Hopkins, published in August 2007. The hardcover edition was first released, and the softcover was released on April 7, 2009. The third book of the series, Fallout, was published in 2010. Like the previous novel in the series, Glass has been the subject of controvers
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glass

Type: Term Pronunciation: glas Definitions: 1. A transparent substance composed of silica and oxides of various bases.
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Glass

[band] Glass is a progressive rock trio from the Pacific Northwest who play complex original instrumental symphonic jazz-rock. The group consists of Greg Sherman (born 1954) on keyboards, vibes & Mellotron, his brother Jeff Sherman (b. 1952) on bass guitar, guitar, bass pedals and keyboards, and their childhood friend Jerry Cook (b. 1953) o
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