glass pot

glass pot

[′glas ‚pät]
(engineering)
A crucible used for making small amounts of glass.
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Nay, even oil itself, yet lingering at long intervals in a little absurd glass pot, with a knob in the bottom like an oyster, blinks and sulks at newer lights every night, like its high and dry master in the House of Lords.
Lactalis McLelland Ltd is recalling two varieties of Seriously Melting Pot because the glass pot may break when heated.
We love the little glass pot and the creaminess of this lip and cheek tint.
If you prefer real plants to fake ones, use a macrame hanger with a glass pot inside.
The detonator has little explosive material as compared to bomb and it was packed in a glass pot but investigation officer opened it on the directives of esteemed judge after the accused lawyer insisted to do so, Memon said.
Wicked's Raging & Lull soy candle comes in an elegant, matte-black glass pot etched with a crow, and is scented with cinnamon, clove and vanilla.
The glass pot makes the perfect cuppa time after time, and the built-in strainer keeps all of the tea in the pot for future infusions.
Eva Sole Self Watering Herb Pot is an innovative frosted glass pot fitted with a NEWlon wick which steadily supplies the plant with water, without risk of over-or-under watering.
| A small, glass pot with an integrated LED and solar panel that charges throughout the day and gives a soft glow of light at night.
The Ratnagiri Mango Lamb main course was a traditional curry, presented beautifully in a sealed glass pot. It was delicious.
Special red and gold fishes of Now Rouz are kept in a glass pot or decanter.
A third page was a drawing of a bound naked woman boiling in a glass pot.