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glance

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Cricket a stroke in which the ball is deflected off the bat to the leg side; glide

glance

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Mineralogy any mineral having a metallic lustre, esp a simple sulphide
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At first glance, such a connection may seem rather tenuous--after all, how much could my students at AUS have in common with a writer like Audre Lorde?
At first glance, the numbers appear to support those claims: This year, 70 percent of the University of Texas freshman class was admitted under the top 10 percent rule.
Ward and Bennett dissect the numbers used saying that although "at first glance, the relatively low levels of physical harm in substantiated cases of child maltreatment seem reassuring," the determination of physical harm was reported solely by child welfare workers and not by physicians.
At first glance, EDC might consider the cost of powering their data storage solution to be relatively minor, and might even resolve fallaciously that they can afford a virtual farm of data storage solutions.
At first glance, the large class size, mix of services and language barriers appeared challenging, but after the first day we were amazed at how smoothly things proceeded.
Although at first glance technical writers appear to be the audience, drilling deeper into the book one finds tips and tactics that all managers, regardless of specialization, can use.
At first glance we could scarcely seem to be farther apart.
At first glance, PP barrier containers appear to offer major cost advantages over PET.
At first glance this booklet seems overly technical and intended for ethnomusicologists and/or specialists in the field.
At first glance, the world in which these conversations first took place no longer exists.
AT FIRST GLANCE, THE PREMISE of Eric Hamburg's new memoir, JFK, Nixon, Oliver Stone and Me, seems very cinematic.