plate glass

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  • Plate glass has been the most common glass used due to its low cost.
  • From the front he could just see the press, behind its plate-glass. Cited from The Clarion, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
  • I remember seeing one plate glass window that was well worth while. Cited from The House in Good Taste, by Elsie de Wolfe
  • The fourth was mainly plate-glass window, one on either side of the main entrance. Cited from Red Masquerade, by Louis Joseph Vance
  • The shop was much more modern than their former one, and had a plate-glass front. Cited from The War in the Air by H.G. Wells
  • Tom looked low, through one of several plate glass windows in the floor of the car. Cited from Tom Swift and His Airship, by Victor Appleton
  • Much of the interior is original, including a number of pieces of plate glass.
  • The thing had a little square case of plate-glass all to itself at one end of the room. Cited from Raffles, Further Adventures, by E.W. Hornung
  • Two plate-glass windows make up the first floor, with a glass door at the eastern corner.
  • They offer views of the building's past through plate-glass windows.
  • Plate glass walls are the most notable feature of the building.
  • When you have the front to push through the plate glass, you see me first. Cited from Torchy, by Sewell Ford
  • Finally the old man settled down to look through the plate-glass windows in the main apartment. Cited from Tom Swift & his Submarine Boat, by Victor Appleton
  • The manufacturing floor was visible through large plate glass windows from this wing.
  • The first story features plate-glass display windows set in cast-iron frames.
  • She stared out of the plate-glass window and saw that it was now quite dark. Cited from Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill, by Alice B. Emerson
  • Far up in the air its plate-glass windows gleamed in the morning sun. Cited from Flint, by Maud Wilder Goodwin
  • Bob walked into extensive ground-floor offices behind plate-glass windows. Cited from The Rules of the Game, by Stewart Edward White
  • Below it was the large plate-glass window of a counting-room, now dark. Cited from Captivating Mary Carstairs, Henry Sydnor Harrison
  • Get a piece of plate glass and place it on a sheet of paper. Cited from Composition-Rhetoric, by Stratton D. Brooks
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