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glair

[gler]
(materials)
A sizing liquid made of egg white beaten with vinegar; used to prepare a surface of a book binding for gilding.
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The GLAIR agent architecture supports metacognition by specifying the PML as the source of self-awareness.
With Sagar Arya (Antonio), Amarjit Bassan (Valentine, Second Officer), Paul Bazely (Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Paul Bhattacharjee (Malvolio),Joanna Burnett (Servant to Olivia), Raaghav Chanana (Sebastian), Neil D'Souza (Fabian, Captain), Neha Dubey (Olivia), Kulvinder Glair (Feste), Shiv Grewal (Sir Toby Belch), Raza Jaffrey (Orsino), Shereen Martineau (Viola), Amit Shah (Curio, First Officer), Kish Sharma (Priest), and Harvey Virdi (Maria).
This 250-work survey, organized by curator Jean Glair, reveals that the artist's undeniable predilection for fairy nymphets still left room for enigmatic landscapes, street scenes, society portraits, and theatrical drawings.