Recent Examples of safety glass from the Web
Surrounding the Cupertino, Calif.-based building are 45-foot tall curved panels of safety glass.
The district has used NRA grants to buy firing range equipment including safety glasses and Kevlar curtains.
What happened next will likely never be entirely explained: Hathaway probably removed safety glass from a window then double-bolted the door.
The heat from the flames melted his safety glasses.
Gloves, safety glasses, life vests, lunch and refreshment will be provided.
The ordinance requires not only windshields, but also side and back windows, all made from safety glass or plastic.
The project, which included mentoring women in Brazil and developing safety glasses to fit women’s faces, hardly moved the dial.
The four Bermúdezes don safety glasses and fluorescent-orange vests, standing on land that five decades ago was the family cotton farm.
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First Known Use of safety glass
SAFETY GLASS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of safety glass for English Language Learners
: a type of strong glass that breaks into tiny pieces that are not sharp when it is hit hard
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