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glassman

(ˈɡlɑːsmən)
n, pl -men
1. (Ceramics) a man whose work is making or selling glassware
2. (Building) a less common word for glazier
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Espy Glassman is a past ten-year member of the Council on Foreign Relations, served on the Board of Directors for the Nyumbani Kenya AIDS Project, Beth El House and Society for International Development, served as an advisor to the Department of Defense's African Center for Strategic Studies and has been an election monitor in Haiti, Liberia, Togo, Nigeria and South Africa.
Glassman Ambassador Glassman is a think tank scholar and executive and former financial journalist, publisher, and diplomat.
Tiffany Glassman, an eighth-grade student, presented the family with a flag flown in an American aircraft over Iraq.
has recruited Reesa Glassman, who joins the company as the design director of bedding.
The Glassman Group represents Fine Art Lamps and other lighting companies.
3 -- 4 -- color) Glassman and Nawanda Paniccia plant lantanas in the front yard of her Chatsworth home, at right, while Bovshow helps Rachel Paniccia create an attractive flower arrangement, below.
The third principle that Glassman focuses on is what he calls the principle of "healing.
was named the 2005 "Sidney Glassman Memorial Award," an honor bestowed by The Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington (AOBA).
Mississippi folk artist Tim Brown served as the inspiration for this children's book, written by sisters Audrey Glassman Vernick and Ellen Glassman Gidaro.
On the other hand, Glassman has been sparring a lot with Lou Dobbs lately.
Mineta announced the appointment of Jacqueline Glassman as chief counsel for DOT's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
I thought Avon was for older women," says Britney Glassman, 13, "but was I ever wrong.