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glass·mak·er

 (glăs′mā′kər)
n.
One that makes glass.

glass′mak′ing n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.glassmaker - someone who makes glass
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
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GLASSMAKER Pilkington described its performance as ``robust'' today despite a fall in full-year operating and pre-tax profits.
The Prime-1 ratings for the commercial paper programs of Asahi Glass, Japan's largest comprehensive glassmaker, and AGA Capital were not under review and are confirmed as unchanged.
Among the other artists work featured on this 18-month calendar is glassmaker Rhian Haf from Gwytherin, Llanrwst; landscape photographer Pierino Algieri from the Conwy Valley and Llansannan-born artist Luned Rhys Parri.
GLASSMAKER Ardagh is set to axe 375 jobs and close its Irish manufacturing plant, it was revealed yesterday.
PILKINGTON, the St Helens glassmaker, reported its best interim profits in a decade today.
More than pounds 90m was added to the value of Pilkington yesterday on speculation that the glassmaker was attracting takeover interest.
TROUBLED glassmaker Pilkington plc will slash its global workforce by another 1,500 before March 2000.
GLASSMAKER Pilkington said yesterday that trading was in line with expectations.
French glassmaker Saint-Gobain has tabled a hostile takeover bid in a dramatic twist to its pounds 3.
Glassmaker Pilkington has continued to warn of challenging trading conditions after seeing its building products market remain weak.
Aspen residents Sam and Heidi Houston negotiated for three years to bring the fine glassmaker to Aspen.
FRENCH glassmaker Saint-Gobain tabled a hostile takeover bid yesterday in a dramatic twist to its pounds 3.