Definition of Glaziers
1. Noun. (plural of glazier) ¹
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Definition of Glaziers
1. glazier [n] - See also: glazier
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Literary usage of Glaziers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introduction to Mensuration and Practical Geometry by John Bonnycastle, James Ryan (1848)
"PAINTERS' AND glaziers' WORK. PAINTERS' work is measured in the same manner as that of Carpenters ... glaziers' work is done at so much per light, that is, ..."
2. Westminster Abbey & the King's Craftsmen: A Study of Mediaeval Building by William Richard Lethaby (1906)
"... CHAPTER XIV METAL WORKERS AND glaziers Bronze Founders : Goldsmiths: Blacksmiths: Plumbers and other Craftsmen : glaziers. THE bronze effigies of Henry ..."
3. The Federal and State Constitutions: Colonial Charters, and Other Organic by Francis N. Thorpe, United States (1909)
"... the Company of Musicians, the Company of Turners, the Company of Gardners, the Company of Basketmakers, the Company of glaziers, John Levet, Merchant, ..."
4. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1901)
"Jewelry, gold and silver work, and precious atones : Soap : Jewelry anil gold and silver work Diamonds, miners', glaziers', and engravers', and watch jewels ..."
5. Principles of Architecture: Comprising Fundamental Rules of the Art, with by Peter Nicholson (1848)
"glaziers' work is measured by the superficial foot, and the dimensions are taken in feet, inches, and parts, or by feet, and the hundred parts of a foot, ..."
6. The Western Calculator, Or, A New and Compendious System of Practical by Joseph Stockton (1839)
"glaziers compute their work in square feet; and the dimensions are taken either in feet, inches, and seconds, &c. or in feet, tenths, hundredths. ..."
7. The Family Receipt Book: Containing Eight Hundred Valuable Receipts in by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1819)
"To prevent the effects of poison of lead on Painters, glaziers, fyc. The physicians and surgeons of the Bath Hospital have ordered the following cautions to ..."