- n. alternative spelling of Plexiglas.
- n. a light transparent weather resistant thermoplastic
“The air crew went different types of missions until August 24, 1943 when I went with the plane to Watton, for modifications, they replaced the thin plexiglass cockpit windows with bullet proof glass about an inch and a half thick and installed armor plates on the outside of the pilot and copilots areas.”
“In the next experiments, the set-up with the plexiglass was the same.”
“A trademark for a synthetic glass, also generically called plexiglass.”
“For this, Gabo used perspex, otherwise known as plexiglass, poly (methyl methacrylate) or PMMA.”
“It is behind plexiglass which is less than ideal, but its still a great chance to get up close to a really magnificent painting!”
“Using rigid pages allows an artist to work with materials such as plexiglass, glass, wood and metal or cardboard.”
“Finally buzzed in, Beatriz makes her way up a dark stairway to the second floor offices, where Elena Martínez, the parish receptionist, sits in a small room behind a plexiglass window with a bank teller–like hole through which to speak to visitors.”
“Well, Im hoping that Jefe gets his abdominal plexautomy [plexiglass insert in lower abdomen] because even those with cranial rectal inversions should be able to see where they are going.”
“First thing I did was get on the phone to Diamond Glass to get some plexiglass delivered.”
“Gruesome, horrible crime, diversions and misdirections, personal issues, and a tense interrogation through a sheet of plexiglass.”
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