hyalophagia

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hy·a·lo·pha·gi·a

, hyalophagy (hī'ă-lō-fā'jē-ă, hī-ă-lof'ă-jē),
The eating or chewing of glass.
[hyalo- + G. phagō, to eat]

hy·a·lo·pha·gi·a

, hyalophagy (hī'ă-lō-fā'jē-ă, -lof'ă-jē)
The eating or chewing of glass.
[hyalo- + G. phagō, to eat]

hyalophagia

, hyalophagy (hī″ă-lō-fā′jē-ă) (-lŏf′ă-jē) [″ + phagein, to eat]
The eating of glass.
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The event, put together by nerdcore advocate and beard aficionado Shane Hall, covered a pretty wide swath of territory: There was the poetry-bass fusion of the Duende Project, the flat-out rock of Shoney Lamar and the Equal Rights, the blues-grounded jam sound of Ellis Ashbrook, and it was all bound together by the hypnotic antics of the Finnegan's 10-in-1 Sideshow, which brought us glass eating, among other oddities ripped from the carnivals of yore.
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