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watchglass

[ˈwɒtʃglɑːs] Ncristal m de reloj
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Made in full goatskin with gold tooling and a recessed panel covered by a watchglass, each book contains a piece of watch created by Daniels himself.
Chemicals were applied to the surface by saturating a 2.3 cm grade 3 Whatman filter and covering with a watchglass to prevent evaporation.
The fiber lengths were measured on the convex side of a watchglass after a jet of water had flared and straightened the fibers away from the seed surface.