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green glass

n
(Ceramics) glass in its natural colour, usually greenish as a result of metallic substances in the raw materials
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When they came to the mountain it proved to be a rugged, towering chunk of deep green glass, and looked dismal and forbidding in the extreme.
'Lor bless her dear heart, no!' interposed the nurse, hastily depositing in her pocket a green glass bottle, the contents of which she had been tasting in a corner with evident satisfaction.
It was covered with green silk, and bore in its centre a large piece of green glass, in imitation of an emerald.
But it had never occurred to him that he should live in any other than what he would have called an ordinary way, with green glasses for hock, and excellent waiting at table.
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Anyway, I settled on an antique green glass ornament that reflects the light through tiny bubbles.
| This look benefits from some real foliage too - we like big, glossy green leaves in green glass vases.
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Summary: It has been exactly one month since Beirut's streets saw the beginning of a new recycling project led by the Green Glass Recycling Initiative -- Lebanon in partnership with Almaza.
Over the years, this colour became associated with roemers so that even after it became possible to decolourise glass, makers continued to produce them in green glass.
The technique also creates a demand for brown and green glass bottles, which are typically less desirable to recyclers.