The ice for miles together had been swept clean by the wind, and was like a vast, glaring sheet of plate-glass.
And he has had new grates put in, and a plate-glass window in the drawing-room.
A man opened a store there and put in a plate-glass window, being anxious to show a bit of progress.
Call became a banker, a manufacturer of plate-glass, and a copper-smelter.
A plate-glass mirror as wide as the mantel reflected the Florentine gilt carving of its own elaborate frame.
They go in for plate-glass and show, and for tramways when they can.
They are invariably of plate-glass, and there is not a city in the world that can beat New York in handsome windows.
plate-glass is cast upon a flat metal table, and, after very careful annealing, is ground and polished by suitable machinery.
There were no wide fronts or plate-glass windows in those days.
The smoking-room was a second drawing-room, separated from the first by plate-glass.