a barrier to lateral movement within an organization, often due to prejudice
Trying to climb this mountain of wickedness is like trying to climb a glass wall with your bare hands.
The glass wall was etched with the names of the 295 people the company lost on September 11.
With a protesting squeak, the glass wall disappeared into the rock.
The thickness of the glass wall was in most cases less than .01 mm.
The ball of fire moved steadily toward the glass wall of the tube, and with a crash the glass exploded inward.
Calhoun nodded his head toward the para behind the glass wall.
I saw a rifle being shown to Marina in an adjoining cubicle with a glass wall between us.
"Possibly," answered Heinrich, knitting his forehead as he stared through the glass wall out into the night.
It slid softly along the carpeting before coming to a halt a few inches from the glass wall.
The crash of gunfire, it seemed, must crush the glass wall like an eggshell by the sheer impact of its own thunder.