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- n. silica based glass extruded into fibers that possess a length at least 1000 times greater than their width.
- n. a composite material made from fine fibres of spun glass held together with resin. (Also called Glass-Reinforced Plastic.)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as fiberglass.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a covering material made of glass fibers in resins
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A mould is made of the clay figure and he casts it out in fibreglass resin and silicone.
First, the roof is "painted" with a conventional roof coating, the fabric (looks like thin fibreglass sheeting) is laid on, and then another coat of the roof coating is applied.
I intend to build a pool 10 'x 30' x 5 'on my flat roof top but i preder it to be in fibreglass.
There were just some sad looking sea-turtles in completely empty fibreglass swimming pools not even a few bits of weed or a castle.
Made entirely from fibreglass-reinforced polyester plastic, the white UFO house has proved very resilient, still standing 35 years after construction and following a battering from several hurricanes.
The old ones had the stiff fibreglass tails and were on a spring above the clip.
The whitest whiteness everywhere – white floors, white walls, white ceilings, white fibreglass sculptures that double up as white sofas.
Helen Kontouris born Australia 1976 101 chair 2006 fibreglass, wool, felt
Material: composite material on a lacquered fibreglass base
And rowing can never be a true sporting democracy: there are issues of equipment, not just fibreglass and Lycra, but the actual water.