glass screen

glass screen

[′glas ‚skrēn]
(graphic arts)
References in classic literature ?
Slowly, inch by inch, I pressed in with the crowd, moving nearer and nearer to the great glass screen that parts the dead from the living at the Morgue--nearer and nearer, till I was close behind the front row of spectators, and could look in.
For a few moments, but not for longer, I forced myself to see these things through the glass screen.
He was standing as still as a statue, and looking steadily at the black velvet behind the glass screen.
However, anyone making a donation to either appeal can nominate the names of loved ones to be engraved on the glass screen or commemorated on the roll of honour held on the nearby computer.
Entrance to the building was through a 100ft wide air curtain, protected from winds by a 200ft long glass screen adorned with large bronzes.
Artwork inside a glass screen is being damaged because the council hasn't repaired it after it was vandalised in November.
At the west end, off Europa Boulevard (the main thoroughfare of the east side of the Expo site), the glass screen is inflected.
They smashed a glass screen with a metal bar but fled when an alarm sounded.
The 11th century heroine was in danger of not being included on a memorial glass screen in the chapel, after losing out in a poll to find the three people who contributed most to the city over the past 1,000 years.
But even though I haven't had to ring the AA yet, I'm never off the mobile to The Husband because I don't understand anything that goes on behind that glass screen on the dashboard.
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Of course, we're still waiting for the day when a cellphone can self-heal its cracked glass screen.