Show glass

a glass which displays objects; a mirror.

See also: Show

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Photos from the time show glass smashed at a bus stop and windows smashed in flats above the West Reading surplus store.
For instance, meat sellers should have show glass and drainages should be well maintained in the markets.
Like many of his fellow artists, Sviland plans to show Glass Pumpkin Patch visitors how it's done with demonstrations.
Federal Election Commission filings show Glass donated more than $157,000 to federal races during the 2016 campaign season, according to published reports.
As the teen services librarian, I have been able to show Glass to my teen advisory board, who instantly fell in love with it and want to use it all the time.
When Mr Brady spoke to police he told them he had found pieces of glass on his T-shirt and one picture appeared to show glass within the wound on his face.
My favourite ritual is the post show glass of white wine!
To show Glass as a fashion-forward accessory, Google needs to recruit influential brand ambassadors.
However, figures from Kirklees Council for this year show glass recycling is on the increase.
It has since grown into something of a family affair: finding glass blocks in the backdrop of movie scenes; pointing out glass blocks in buildings while vacationing; tearing out magazine articles that show glass blocks in the background; and so on ...
PLCs should show glass transition, melting, liquid-liquid transitions including the clearing temperature where any anisotropy of the melt vanishes.
You can also see her work, and that of other island artists such as painters Anne Belov and Pete Jordan, at Childers/Proctor Gallery The Artists' Cooperative and the Museo Piccolo gallery show glass and other items.