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- v. to convert a (silica-bearing) material to a glasslike substance by applying heat
- v. to convert sand or soil (of a particular geographic area) to a glasslike state using the heat from a thermonuclear detonation
- v. to convert radioactive waste into a glasslike substance for long-term storage
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It's hardly a proper antecedent to a call to "glassify" Iran.
Wud awlso halp tu teh hedd tu teh syde a littlol, adn glassify teh iyez.
I would hardly glassify these stories as either witty or humourous.
In addition to information about glassified waste from national defense projects, such as plutonium production at Hanford, DOE also is interested in information that could be useful if the nation decides to reprocess commercial nuclear fuel and then glassify the waste from reprocessing.
The Department of Energy is building a $12.2 billion vitrification plant at the Hanford nuclear reservation to glassify radioactive waste before it is buried deep in the ground.
Work to empty underground tanks of radioactive waste and to glassify that waste will continue for decades at Hanford, but more layoffs are expected next year and beyond, as other cleanup projects get completed and federal cleanup dollars decline.
Water-glass interactions matter to people working to glassify liquid and sludge-like waste from nuclear weapons into a safer, solid form.
I vill analyze, glassify, and tiagnose; she vill unrafel. "