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glaze für PorzellanglasurLast post 05 Jun 08, 09:28
I'm looking for a synonymum for "glaze" as the text I'm translating is fairly long and glaze…2 Replies
loosen of the glaze - Haftverlust der Glasur Last post 16 Nov 05, 16:59
The present Leo entry seems to come from here:…2 Replies
TortengussLast post 29 May 08, 17:30
Auch auf Fruit Flans12 Replies
someone's eyes glaze overLast post 25 May 16, 15:35"2. To come to appear expressionless or …5 Replies
to glaze - versiegelnLast post 21 Mar 06, 15:14
He is regulating the burners to glaze the ends of the glass tubes. Kann man hier sagen, "er …2 Replies
Glaze iceLast post 11 Dec 07, 11:32
Ice storms may be comprised of either glaze ice or rime ice. Meteorologists classify transpa…4 Replies
pharmaceutical glaze - Alkoholische Schellack-LösungLast post 05 May 06, 17:48
United States Pharmacopoea (USP) / National Formulary (NF) 24 - Official Monograph , p.3339 …1 Replies
to glaze overLast post 21 Feb 08, 18:05
From the The Streets song "Dry Your Eyes": ... I look at her she stares almost straight back…2 Replies
Balsamic Glaze-BookLast post 26 Feb 20, 14:50
Our next dishes are beef with a thread-wine reduction, chicken with a balsamic glaze-book an…26 Replies
glaze over glassLast post 31 Jan 13, 18:10
Die Frau fährt mit dem Zug durch Afrika (ca. 1920) und beobachtet aus der Fernde eine Herde …13 Replies

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