glid


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glid

(ɡlɪd)
adj
moving smoothly and easily
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The company will continue to provide operations and maintenance support to GLID up to March 2017.
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An art historian who has extensively devoted her research to the Spanish and Neapolitan art of the Baroque (she also co-edited Parthenope's Splendor: Art of the Golden Age in Naples, 1993), Chenault Porter's knowledgeable introductions to these primary-source materials provide a fresh and engaging look at a city that was both at the center and at the periphery of Europe during this period, Italy's largest city and yet one developed "on a street glid laid out in the middle of the first millenium B.C.E." (xxix).