glass tank

glass tank

[′glas ‚taŋk]
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On the table stood a glass tank filled with water, and ornamented in the middle by a miniature pyramid of rock-work interlaced with weeds.
Featuring an ultra-clear glass tank, innovative plant grow tray and optional one-touch LED lighting system, Vita[TM] makes it easier then ever for consumers to grow an indoor succulent houseplant from seed to adult while enjoying the tranquility of a fish.
Compact and quiet, the sleek high quality 100% Stainless Steel body and Pyrex Glass tank have been engineered for durability as well as outstanding flavor and cloud production.
And there it was in a little glass tank in the lounge.
Go past the Cenozoic fossils room, across from the ancient Aztec pyramid exhibit, but not too far or you'll hit the water-filled glass tank with the mummified Megamouth shark.
This resulted in work that could be chaotic (one subtitle in Eija-Liisa Ahtila's 1998 video Anne Aki & God reads "Sure this is a bit untidy, but there is no chaos here"), narrative-driven (Catherine Opie's sympathetic and carefully crafted portraits of lesbian families), or out-of-scale, as in Mariele Neudecker's heroically sized model of an alpine mountain range floating in milky liquid (Unrecallable Now, 1998), or her sublime I don't know how I resisted the urge to run, 1997, an utterly uncanny miniature of a northern forest inside a glass tank, skewered by an arc of light.
He kicks up gravel with his tail, attacks the furniture in the water, and shakes so violently that his glass tank shudders.
50 to pounds 7 each, Matalan Nautical stripe side plate, pounds 3, Marks & Spencer Tu starfish and sand glass tank, pounds 10, Sainsbury's Mini navy blue lantern, pounds 3.
Whether your sailing recklessly through churning rapids on the churning rapids on the cracks in a glass tank, back of a dinghy or using your arms, feet and head to plug cracks in a glass tank, Adventures is an entertaining, if fairly shallow, ride.
BIG DECISION Octopus oracle Paul chooses a mussel from a glass tank marked with a Spanish flag
His previous stunts have included standing on a 100ft pole for 35 hours and living for a week buried in a glass tank 'coffin'.