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Thrift stores often have a wealth of dishware, from wine glasses to ceramic plates, to serving platters, reminding us of a well-worn truth: One person's trash is another's treasure.
At Wheatleigh we use Spiegelau glasses made by a German company.
Sunergy is a new range of glasses which offers solar control and thermal insulation, combined with low levels of reflection.
The crowd is sipping mint-garlanded mojitos, sparkling flutes of champagne-and-vodka mambo kings, apricot-toned Floridians with squiggles of orange peel dangling from the rims of the glasses, fancy martinis and peach bellinis.
4 thermometers * 4 large drinking glasses * aluminum foil * rubber glove * desk lamp * cotton handkerchief * other insulating materials (like a wool sock, Styrofoam packing material, etc.
Since glass was first invented by the Egyptians 4,000 years ago, drinking glasses made from it have been mostly transparent with colored glassware weaving in and out of favor.
Just as specific wine glasses enhance the flavor of different fine wines, the Samuel Adams Boston Lager([R]) Pint Glass raises the bar of the craft beer tasting experience.
That's because under certain conditions, a metal's orderly crystalline structure can be transformed into a hodge-podge of atoms that typifies glasses.
The girl said she hoped she would need a pair of glasses.
This precision opens up new applications for ceramics, including glasses, says S.
has been serving oysters and shrimp in martini glasses for years.
In formulating this new glass, chemists have taken into account information gathered from studies of degradation of natural and commercial glasses.
Why do glasses not form a precisely ordered cystalline material at some precisely defined freezing point, like so many other, more 'normal' substances?
Bunker and Michalske's earlier work focused on the very tip of a crack, where the silicon-oxygen network of simple glasses can tear apart at one-trillionth of an inch per hour, then suddenly accelerate to 50 or 60 miles per hour.
Many concept cars use the VistaGray, Solargreen, Optibronze and Solextra colored glasses manufactured by PPG, Eichenberg said, and Mercedes-Benz has offered Solextra glass as part of an option package in recent years.