leaded glass


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leaded glass

Safety glass that contains lead, used in radiology to help protect personnel from x-rays.
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Leaded glass CRT monitors are identifiable easily in the recycling stream and specifically are being banned from disposal in some states.
The garden has fruit trees and raised beds, a greenhouse made with leaded glass, a boiler house, with a lead roof and another church door and a run of brick outbuildings.
He had just put it through a leaded glass window in an attempt to break in.
Sales of other products, including anti-reflective glass, leaded glass, and electronics glass, will rise at a more moderate rate.
Later the leaded glass was blamed for your melancholic decline, the tortured agitation, tremors like swallows' flight, and audio hallucinations.
Instead of leaded glass, the new process uses environmentally friendly borosilicate glass.
The front living room has an open recess in the chimney breast and matching brick hearth, radiator, picture rail, detailed cornice, ceiling rose, fitted cupboards in recess beside chimney breast and bay window with coloured and leaded glass upper sections.
Leaded glass and spectacular chandeliers, lush landscaping.
The lounge still features a Brains AI blue diamond leaded glass window which miraculously escaped the fire.
Cathode ray tubes, or CRTs, are made of heavy leaded glass, which is used to block harmful X-rays produced by the tube's cathode ray guns.
In addition, they also produce leaded glass, etched glass, and stained glass.