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The district will also spend $362,600 to install stronger, shatterproof glass at the entrance to the foyer of each building, according to Privett.
And while some fans said they were surprised by the pick, most had shatterproof trust in the Heat’s 72-year-old president, Pat Riley.
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Definition of shatterproof for English Language Learners
: made so that it does not break easily and will not form sharp, dangerous pieces if it does break
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