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green glass

[′grēn ¦glas]
(materials)
Glass given a blue-green hue by substituting cupric oxide for the chromium compound used in ordinary glass.

green glass

A low-grade glass which is green because of impurities in its raw materials.
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BEIRUT: It has been exactly one month since Beirut's streets saw the beginning of a new recycling project led by the Green Glass Recycling Initiative -- Lebanon in partnership with Almaza.
Each set of tumblers from The Green Glass Company contains four former beer or soda pop bottles that have been ingeniously reincarnated into eye-catching drinking glasses ($32.50/set of 4).
The film also includes a solar radiation transmittance of 85% or lower of the visible light transmittance in a wavelength range of 300 to 2,100 nm in the case where the heat-shielding layer is inserted between two plates of glass selected from a group consisting of clear glass, green glass, high heat ray absorption glass and UV absorption glass to obtain a laminate glass.
HomeSense red chandelier and glasses: light: pounds 14.99; decanter: pounds 12.99; red Glass: pounds 2.99; green glass: pounds 2.99; purple glass: pounds 2.99; HomeSense orange cupboard and green lamp: cabinet: pounds 49.99; lamp: pounds 24.99; jewellery box: pounds 10; frame: pounds 10; clock: pounds 12.99; white vase: pounds 9.99
This volume presents a detailed report and analysis of the finds, with sections organized by materials, including stoneware, tin-glazed ware, earthenware, green glass bottles, wine-bottle seals, clay pipes, lead objects, pewter vessels, iron objects, and spurs.
The Winter Warmer comes in elegant clear green glass bottles of 750ml and 250ml size, or if you are planning a Christmas party you could try the 8-litre urns which release a wonderful spice aroma when they are heated and enhance the rural charm of the event.
The uppermost atrium takes the form of an indoor geometric hedge garden, with blue and green glass boxes suspended in space.
The property is one of Lower Manhattan's most recognizable due to its location and its distinctive green glass facade.
"The markets for glass and the locations of glass container manufacturers are growing fewer and fewer," Gershman says, adding that currently only one company takes green glass for remanufacturing into bottles.
The Chandlers designated their new guest bathroom (at top right) as the place to splurge on a favorite but expensive watery green glass tile.
Enhanced with illustrations by Erik Wilson, this impressive anthology is comprised of The Coliseum (Patrick Lestewka); No We Love No One (Gerard Houarner); Casuistry (Charlee Jacob); Damned If You Do (Jack Ketchum); Green Green Glass (John Everson); When The Bough Doesn't Break (Brian Hodge); Thief of Golgotha (Tom Piccirilli); Siren (Jeffrey Thomas); The Angel (Edward Lee); Close (Mehitobel Wilson); That and the Rain (Gary Bruanbeck); and Nexus of Crisis (Doc Solammen).
You know, Edgar Cayce would say, if a person had a certain kind of cancer, he would say, well, they need ultraviolet rays filtered through green glass. So maybe this thing we have out in the ozone layer, maybe we're filtering it through green glass, and maybe it is countering some of the toxic illnesses that we are now getting.