from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. One that makes glass.

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  • n. A person or company that makes glass or glass items

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  • n. someone who makes glass


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  • Navigating French politics' highs and lows, Ms. Aubry, who has been minister twice and is now mayor of the northern town of Lille, can boast of a stint in the private sector as a top manager at glassmaker Pechiney between 1989 and 1991.

    Aubry to Run for French Presidency

  • Floridians believe the museum will be the centerpiece of an arts renaissance in the Tampa Bay area, which recently saw the renovation of a new museum of art in nearby Tampa and the opening of a gallery devoted to popular glassmaker Dale Chihuly in St. Petersburg.

    $36 Million Dali Museum Opens In Florida

  • Meanwhile, on Dec. 6, Quittenbaum of Munich will offer the miniature vase and lamp collection of collector Eva Homberg, who spent 30 years assembling a remarkable group of 19th-century, early 20th-century pieces by French glassmaker Daum Frères.

    Big Things in Little Packages

  • The Mexican glassmaker, which defaulted on $1.5 billion of bonds, probably won't conclude its debt restructuring by the end of the year, as forecast, according to a court-appointed arbitrator.

    Photos of the Day: Dec. 2

  • Some contemporary designers whose work I've recommended for grants include: June Schwartz, who works in enamel; jewelry designer Lisa Gralnick; a glassmaker, Beth Lipman; and a furniture and product designer, Paul Loebach. , ,

    60 Seconds With Mark McDonald, Mr. Midcentury Mod

  • In October, glassmaker Owens-Illinois Inc. was expropriated, and Mr. Chávez alluded to future expropriations.

    Venezuela Roils Multinationals

  • Terra Keramik is a Swiss ceramic company that has partnered with glassmaker Glasi, and German handmade espresso accessories company Café Kultur to export their lines of sustainably produced tableware and home décor to the North American market.

    Marjorie Dunlap | Inhabitat

  • Twenty years ago, the idea of a museum devoted to jeweler and glassmaker René Lalique was just a big idea afloat in the small Alsatian village of Wingen-sur-Moder, where Lalique built his glass factory in 1919.

    A Display of Lalique's Beauty

  • Most recently, Owens-Illinois said in March that it acquired a majority stake in Argentinean glassmaker Cristalerias Rosario, which employs 230 people.

    Outperforming Others But Paid Less

  • I purchased it from a master glassmaker there in the year 1565.

    Jack Blank and the Imagine Nation


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