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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of frit.

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Examples

  • As birds approach this special "fritted" glass, they see the dots as a barrier and turn around, said engineering professor E. Carr E.erbach, who was instrumental in getting them installed.

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  • The glass is fritted to reduce heat load, and red-dotted fins provide a visual connection to the brick of Haaren Hall.

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  • EG, the cost of FKN making and shipping is lower because the Infrastructure is up to snuff and the MONEY from the cash injection think miners is not being fritted away on SHORT FKN TERM SHIT like HOUSING FKN GRANTS.

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  • Wedgwood started using a fritted glaze in the early 20th century, and that for the most part stopped the lead poisoning problem in their factories.

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  • This may be satisfactory for art pottery but, if consistent results are needed, it is better to use fritted glazes.

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  • Another advantage is that the higher firing temperature makes it possible to rely on non-fritted fluxes, like feldspar and limestone, for the glaze.

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  • "She be fritted, sir," said the woman, holding a plate of canine comestibles; "but lauk, sir, bent he really dead?"

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  • "Daughter or no daughter," said John Walters, "I shall not put my scrag in her power; recollect how she fritted us before, when she run away."

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  • Carefully crafted with fritted glass, the structure could be the archangel of architecture for which Yonge Street has been waiting, it seems, an eternity.

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  • Mrs Hilary's _gentlewoman_, for whom Fatout had lately conceived a _tendresse_, had been, as she expressed it, 'fritted out of her seventeen senses' the preceding night, as she was retiring to her bedchamber, by a ghastly figure which she had met stalking along one of the galleries, wrapped in a white shroud, with a bloody turban on its head.

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