Origin of glazer
- Nathan,born 1923, U.S. sociologist.
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Examples from the Web for glazer
Thankfully Glazer peeled off from the source material—he told me that his co-writer Walter Campbell never even read the book.
Glazer tells me that he sees the project as a metaphor for looking, of an alien watching and learning.
The Glazer family took a storied soccer team private, and changed the corporate agenda.Manchester United: The Glazer Family’s Bad Play
August 6, 2012
This process is performed by girls, with the aid of what is called a “bob” or “glazer.”The Story of the Invention of Steel Pens
Dear Sire: I am a glazer and want information on My line of work.
The tool on which the glazing is performed, is termed a glazer.
The direct and somewhat extensive series of experiments instituted by Glazer, as published in the Deut.Alcohol: A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine, How and Why
Martha M. Allen
The polisher requires to run at a speed much short of that of the stone, or the glazer.