from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of glaze.
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Once cooled, you can add a glase: Combine 1/2 cup powdered sugar, 1 tbsp very soft butter and 1 tbsp milk and stir well.
Now, from the ground to the top, betwéene the studs, you shall glase it, with very strong glasse, made in an excéeding large square pane, well leaded and cimented.
_Concave-glase_; for the Rays _GKI_, _GKI_ will be inflected by _GKH_,
Ask any one oof these inbred mentally deficient fools to talk with OUT a talking point, the eyes glase over, the jaw drops and on the attempt to speak it is stammers and stutters, on asking for proof of what they say much more of the same with a few threats and body damamge thrown in.
Entrée - oven roasted beef filet with blueberry merlot demi-glase.
Incorporated together; Fry this with fresh butter, no more then to glase the Pan over, and keep the Tansey from sticking to the Pan.
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