structural glass[′strək·chə·rəl ′glas]
A vitreous material cast as cubes, rectangular blocks, and rectangular plates to be used as a decorative covering for masonry walls.
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A glass which is cast in the form of cubes, rectangular blocks, tile, or large rectangular plates; used widely for the surfacing of walls. See also: Glass
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Glass, sometimes colored, which is cast in the form of cubes, rectangular (solid or hollow) blocks, tile, or large rectangular plates; used widely for wall surfacing.
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