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glassy

Hyaline; vitreous; glasslike, smooth, and shiny.
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Here again, as Glassie noted previously, stories about the dead helped illuminate the present for storytellers and for listeners.
This is explained in part by disassociation of the type identified by Glassie, but Mrs McBride would not have considered herself to have given away her cultural identity or framework.
Thy Thulys Amber, with the Ocean Pearles; The Tritons, Heards-men of the glassie Field, Shall give Thee what farre-distant Shores can yeeld, The Serean Fleeces, Erythrean Gemmes, Vaste Platas Silver, Gold of Peru Streames, Antarticke Parrots, Aethiopian Plumes, Sabaean Odours, Myrrhe, and sweet Perfumes.
Departures: Danny Brough (Wakefield), Chris Charles (Villeneuve), Danny Williams (returned to Leeds), Dwayne Barker (Harlequins), Michael Knowles (Gateshead), Tere Glassie (Dewsbury).
PLAYERS OUT: Danny Brough (Wakefield), Chris Charles (Villeneuve), Danny Williams (returned to Leeds), Dwayne Barker (Harlequins), Michael Knowles (Gateshead), Tere Glassie (Dewsbury).
OUT: Dwayne Barker (Harlequins), Tom Saxton (Featherstone), Tere Glassie (Dewsbury), Danny Brough (Wakefield)
A final note is a letter from Professor Glassie of the Folklore Institute of Indiana University, in which he mentions that finely woven cotton and silk muslins or brocades are found in Bangladesh today: they are called jamdani or jandani and imitations of this cloth are made in Erzerum, Turkey.
Referring to the recent death of three-year-old Nia Glassie in Rotorua and other chin abuse cases, Turua challenged Te Runanga to become part of the solution to family violence.
Scott Grix and Andy Kirk are doubts for Widnes, while Castleford are hopeful that Tere Glassie, Liam Higgins, Danny Brough and Awen Guttenbeil will be fit.
Glassie of Synergetic Real Estate Group LLC, a Newport, Rhode Island-based hospitality company.
A try by second rower Tere Glassie levelled the scores.
In this column, Jeff Glassie explains the new IRS pronouncement and a few of its implications for associations.