hard glass

hard glass

[′härd ¦glas]
(materials)
A potash-lime glass with a high silica content, used for making brilliant glassware. Also known as Bohemian glass.
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The latest technology developed by the team negates the need for a hard glass surface.
It was small, with Sheetrock walls and hard glass surfaces.
PFERD has developed a line of innovative new PLAST Cut TC Burs specially designed for working on less hard glass and carbon fiber reinforced duroplastics.
In particular, Tashima's mould casts have a softness and warmth, unlike those in the American style, which produce a hard glass that seems to repel one.
We have a broad base of education, but we still have a pretty hard glass ceiling that has not been broken at the presidential level".
It would have cost a fortune and taken a lifetime to produce the 5,000 square feet mural with mosaic of smalti (small pieces of a coloured hard glass flux).
The magnesium alloy frame is dropped for a more conventional (and cheaper) polycarbonate body, and the LCD gets a polycarbonate coating, rather than the hard glass surface on the 7D.
With a simple spray, they can be applied to hard glass or flexible plastic.
This all occurs within a hard glass substrate in outdoor environments such as military and marine applications.
When my room-mate asked me what was wrong, I said that it felt as if there was a hard glass wall between my mother and me, because I could never tell her that I had taken drugs.