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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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The founder of the Zen Peacemaker Order, Bernie Glassman, suggests three principles that might lead to renewable resolution to this question of inclusiveness.
On the other hand, Glassman has been sparring a lot with Lou Dobbs lately.
Super Size Me" has also attracted criticism from people like James Glassman, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.
By Audrey Glassman Vernick and Ellen Glassman Gidaro.
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Earlier in the month, Rendell appointed openly gay Stephen Glassman as chair of the state's Human Relations Commission.
Then she began working with landscape designer Michael Glassman to redo the backyard and home exterior.
Glassman High Voltage has introduced a family of power supplies for applications having 10 kW output power requirements with exceptional power density.
The Glassman study also raised the issue that most small open flame upholstered furniture fires are started by children playing with matches and lighters.
Glassman offers in The Secret Code of the Superior Investor (Crown Publishing Group) a 47-step prescription for creating a winning investment portfolio.
Mineta announced the appointment of Jacqueline Glassman as chief counsel for DOT's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
I know it's a new way of looking at your lady, particularly for the many Brothers who suffer from what I call "the plight of the glassman.