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GLAS

Goddard Laboratory of Atmospheric Sciences
The American Heritage® Abbreviations Dictionary, Third Edition
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  • Concerning the chronological order of his works, and his versification, see "Lydgate's Temple of glas," ed.

  • Their three swords are three griding gashers, glas, Glessic, and Clersag.

    The Mabinogion Lady Charlotte Guest
  • Also an other letter to Magazamon Dono, our host at Miaco, to send hether a chist of glas bottelles to carry down with us.

  • Now Cian had a wonderful cow, the glas Gaibhnenn, and her milk never failed.

    Gods and Fighting Men Lady I. A. Gregory
  • In a similar manner we have glas made into glast in Glæstingabyrig, now glastonbury (p. 88).

    Surnames as a Science Robert Ferguson
  • So two of the strangers were sent against them that day, and they got their death by glas and by Conn Crither.

    Gods and Fighting Men Lady I. A. Gregory
  • The woods of glas Leitire, as this fragment of the old forest is named, extend along some two miles of our return route.

    Gairloch In North-West Ross-Shire John H. Dixon, F.S.A. Scot
  • The lawe like a bason of water with a glas by it, serves to discover, and scower away the filthines.

    Diary of John Manningham John Manningham
  • It seems to be a continuation of the Temple of glas, and is probably Lydgate's own.

  • This wenche thikke and wel y- growen was,With kamuse nose, and eyen greye as glas.

    The Romance of Names Ernest Weekley

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