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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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The dining area has double glazed sliding doors to the rear and a door to the kitchen.
In the marine glazed system, the glass extends into the left and right framing members, eliminating the need for glass stops at the vertical frames.
The aim of this experimental study is to determine the impact of the full replacement of quartz sand by faceplates cullet and using the zinc sulfide reduced of used cathode-luminophores, as a secondary raw material in the production of glass-like glazed coating on the basic properties of color glazed coating.
(i) Superficial luster" It is obtained by mixing metallic compounds with a suitable organic reducing medium and applying them to the surface of the glazed ware which is then fired in oxidizing environment at a low temperature.
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.
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.
That is, Kaneko continues to make large, sometimes functional plates and platters, and all his sculptures are formed of glazed stoneware, their shimmering surfaces obscuring the baked clay beneath.
After applying the glaze with rollers, don't pounce the entire glazed area: leave a 1-foot band of glaze at the edges that you can blend in with an adjacent section after you roll the glaze on it.