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gloss

Shiny appearance of a surface. See matt surface.
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Not too sticky either, it also stays on for much longer than many glosses.
Second language learners create their own glosses while working with written texts.
After working as a makeup artist in salons for more than 10 years, Ramirez said, she learned that they also dislike overly sticky lip glosses.
Their translated volume includes Clarembald's glosses on two works by Boethius, De Trinitate and De Hebdomadibus.
The Body Shop Liquid Lip Colour, pounds 7 This barely there gloss is perfect if you don't like the sticky texture of thicker lip glosses.
Another chapter analyzes the glosses in the school manuscripts, finding them overwhelmingly to be "simple philology," defined as "paraphrase, grammar, figures, word-order, geography, history, mythology [and] elementary rhetorical analysis" (275).
In a rare moment of consensus in the debate over what makes a manuscript a 'classbook', Michael Lapidge and Gernot Wieland agree to dismiss as uninteresting small groups of Latin glosses in two Anglo-Saxon manuscripts.
THIS volume marks the publication of a portion of the glosses Bernhard Bischoff discovered in the Biblioteca Ambrosiana in Milan (MS M.
Thirty-two manuscripts of part or all of them survive, all but seven containing glosses (and five having four glosses or fewer).
There's been a shift away from regular lip color products toward lip glosses that offer rich hues, moisturizers, long wear and lightweight properties.