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What does cabal glass mean?

cabal glass

Any of a range of calcium boroaluminate glasses that have specialist technical uses.

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Simple sentences

Is this your glass or your sister's?
Won't you have another glass of milk?
Don't step on the broken glass.
There is nothing like a glass of beer after a whole day's work.
I'd like to have a glass of wine.
Even if you don't like rum, try a glass of this.
Will you have another glass of wine?
Would you care for another glass of beer?
Please give me a glass of milk.
Will you give me a glass of milk?
Will you give me another glass of milk?
Get me a glass of milk.
Could I have another glass of beer?
Wouldn't you like another glass of beer?
Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones.
Break this glass in case of fire.
In case of fire, break the glass and push the red button.
Nothing beats a big glass of beer in summer.
Waiter, please bring me another glass of beer.
The sea was as smooth as glass.
Broken glass lay scattered all over the road.

Movie subtitles

His nose goes into the glass, tray goes everywhere.
Drink a glass of water.
I'm gonna take these and apply a fine-tooth comb with a glass of Merlot.
Jared. Pour yourself a glass.
Janelle described a clatter, not smashing glass - the sound of tin clanking on tin.
Followed by a glass of red.
I'll go get another glass.
Now then, ladies, can I offer you a small glass of something, just to wet the baby's head?
I poured you a glass, and you accepted it!
Mephisto turns the hour glass upside down. and thus reverses the course of time.
They've got glass doors.
You know. uh. detectives in glass houses shouldn't wave clues.
A vampire casts no reflection in the glass.
Give me the magnifying glass.
Ladies and gentlemen, I raise my glass to Captain Hubert who just earned a well-deserved third stripe. To his lovely wife, our hospital's head nurse, whose beauty and competence will support her husband's brilliant career.
Hey. Shaving our heads, eating shards of glass and bathing in fire ants.
Stop treating her like she's made of glass, weirdo.
Do you happen to have a looking glass?
If you please, Herr Baron, we thought that Mr Henry could do with a glass of his great-grandmother's wine.
He always keeps it in a glass. while he's eating.
Did you fellows ever hear the story of the pawnbroker with the glass eye?
No, Matt. What is the story about the pawnbroker with his glass eye?
Johnny is to have his soup, carrots, toast, a glass of milk, and a pudding.
It's different. It's got bullet-proof glass and a steel body.
How about my glass of water?
A cold glass of lemonade.
I will get someone to repair the glass.
Break that glass!
And there's something in the same book. about people who live in glass bottles, er. houses.
He went into the kitchen for a glass of water. the lights went out and. my husband vanished.
A glass of champagne.
Now, Lanyon. will you let me take this glass and leave without further question?
Only a pin point, monsieur Beaumont, in a glass of wine or perhaps a flower.
Leave but a kiss within the glass.
What do you see in the glass?

News and current affairs

Elimination of Glass-Steagall then allowed commercial banks to encroach on the investment banks' other traditional preserves.
People who live in glass houses should not throw even rhetorical stones.
But even as evidence for such abuses becomes apparent, new venues for abuse are repeatedly opened up - take the US repeal of the Glass Steagall Act, which separated commercial from investment banking.
In today's Europe they see only hints of a possibility - a glass far less than half full - for reform and restructuring, and are impatient at Europe's slow progress.
In the United States, the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 was just 37 pages and helped to produce financial stability for the greater part of seven decades.
There is even - reminiscent of Hermann Hesse's last novel, The Glass Bead Game - an international body that audits the bodies that audit the auditors.
Second, repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, which separated commercial and investment banking, was a mistake.
But images of the 1987 crash, driven by computers in tall modern steel-and-glass office buildings, do seem to be on people's minds today.
Less than four years later, US President Franklin D. Roosevelt's newly elected government passed the Glass-Steagall Act, which prohibited commercial banks from trading securities with clients' deposits.
By forbidding investment banks from holding cash deposits, Glass-Steagall helped to support more than a half-century of financial stability after World War II.
Yellen's appointment is particularly important, because she breaks the glass ceiling in the advanced economies.
Meanwhile, initial enthusiasm for restoring Glass-Steagall - breaking up banking functions into separate institutions - has fallen by the wayside.
Cheap energy provides a powerful incentive for energy-intensive industries - from steel and glass to chemicals and pharmaceuticals - to locate in the US.
A glass that is half-full to some people, is half-empty to others; but from the half-full half, you can drink, whereas with the empty half you cannot do much (except try to fill it)!
The second, in the 1990's, removed the Glass-Steagall Act's restrictions on mixing commercial and investment banking.
Similarly, eliminating Glass-Steagall was fundamentally sensible.
In their behavior toward Assange, the US government and major American media are lashing out at the face of a future in which there are no traditional gatekeepers, and all institutions live in glass houses.
The dark skies over the northern Russian coast in Leviathan look ravishing, and Jia even manages to make the concrete and glass jungle of Shenzhen, the monster city between Guangzhou and Hong Kong, look gorgeous.
Like drinking a glass or two of wine, it helps digestion and lightens the mind.
Given their seemingly boundless benefits, it is unsurprising that plastics have replaced traditional materials in many sectors - for example, steel in cars, paper and glass in packaging, and wood in furniture.
Thai children toil in unventilated factories, working with glass heated to 1,500 degrees Celsius.
A little more humility is in order, given US regulators' performance in the run-up to the crisis. People who live in glass houses should not throw even rhetorical stones.
Like the Mona Lisa in the Louvre, the French Revolution's clarion call for universal rights can be admired only from behind bullet-proof glass, and it is definitely too precious to be exported.
Or should it instead be seen as a magnifying glass, if not sometimes a distorting mirror, that reveals on the playing field the frustrations, fears, ambition, or hope of a nation?
Its emperors used silver from Persia, glass from Europe, precious stones from Central Asia, and gold implements from India.
But there are valid reasons to view Iran's democratic glass as being half empty.

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