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glazed

[glāzd]
(mechanical engineering)
Pertaining to an abrasive surface that has become smooth and cannot abrade efficiently.
(textiles)
Referring to a polished surface finish given to cotton fabric by treating it with starch, glue, paraffin, or shellac and then running it throught a hot friction roller.

glazed

1. Said of an opening that is filled with sheets of glass, as in a window.
2. Said of a finish that is composed of ceramic materials fused into its surface, usually making it essentially impervious to moisture.
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A hybrid marine and stop unit is structurally glazed within the glazing pocket, which creates rigid corner joints where the vertical marine glazed and horizontal stop glazed framing members intersect.
During the glass-like glazed coating forming on the base (ceramic, glass ceramic tiles etc.
These industrial products containing noble metals are suitable for third fire'' use because they are applied and fired on substrates which are either glazed or vitreous that have undergone other firing cycles previously.
In addition, the Palatinose[TM] glazed, freshly packed donuts exhibit a more pleasant sweetness in comparison to using sucrose alone.
Pursuing a fulltime career as a ceramist in a short period, he has single-handedly pushed the bar higher by setting new standards in glazed ceramics.
Awarded an A grade by the BFRC, triple glazed windows do weigh slightly more than normal double gazing but this shouldn't be a problem.
The front room has secondary glazed leaded windows, a woodsurrounded fireplace, inset with a gas fire, built-in recess shelving and a built-in corner cupboard.
Complete the wall by covering any unglazed base coat with the fourth layer of glazed rectangles.
Dry all hand-built and wheel-thrown greenware immediately--both glazed and unglazed--overnight in the kiln, with bottom thermostat set on lowest heat.
She became particularly curious about two aspects of faience inlay: First, certain objects with inlaid designs--like the petals in a flat rosette--contain a distinct glazed layer under the inlay.
Glazed pottery is usually put in a cold kiln, the kiln is fired to the correct cone, the kiln is cooled and the pottery is removed--this all can take up to a full day.
The brightly glazed pot on the front cover of this 192 page text reveals what is inside.