ground glass is put in food to cause internal bleeding, and nicotine concentrated by boiling can cause a heart attack.
At the top of this board was a band of ground glass, set off in divisions.
"I'd like a nice saucerful of ground glass," laughed one of the girls.
He pointed to a kind of box of ground glass and highly polished panelling.
It will be more distinct if the ground glass be shaded from the light.
Their lilac-streaked bells nodded from a tall vase of ground glass.
By-and-by daylight came like a glow in a ground glass globe.
In the ground glass the police commissioner's face grew purple.
Then you can easily trace from these copies through the ground glass.
This effect is perhaps best witnessed on viewing a line spectrum such as that of the mercury arc, focused upon a ground glass.