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  • n. Plural form of frit.


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  • Soft materials such as frits may require only 2-3 hours, whereas hard materials like quartz can take 24 hours or more.

    8. Preparation of glazes

  • When the dinner was served we waded through our passable soup, tough roast beef with "frits" and waited with pleasant anticipation for the chef'd'oeuvre of the evening.

    On the Fringe of the Great Fight

  • The exterior glass walls of this sculpture hall are coated with tiny white ceramic dots (called frits) that screen city views and suffuse a supernal glow heightened by filtered daylight that streams down from deeply inset skylights ” an effect equal to the lighting of Piano at his best ” made possible when Tschumi rotated the story above this middle level of the museum.

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  • I would get that same stick applied to my arse if Kenet drew frits in the margins of a book or daydreamed instead of reading his assigned chapter.

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  • I could taste the back of his neck where my nose was buried, and hear the frits on the balcony, and I thought, what a terrible dream that had been and thank the sky above that all was well.

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  • Yet women in their invironment being genetically programed for untold malinia to blend in when gathering frits nuts,. bring an abilty men just dont posses when it comes to camaoflaging or just plain dissapearing in shops and stores,.

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  • Are you like me and have a bunch of single color frits hanging around?

    Use That Forgotten Frit

  • See what happens when you mix multiple frits together for a different color, and make some stringer.

    Stretching Your Glass Rod Color Range

  • But the iron rule of these scandals is that the money just frits away.

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  • This substance is constructed of materials similar to the ceramic substrate: metallic oxides, frits, sand, silica, old glass.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe


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