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glass (the commonest S. sense is ‘mirror’)
1. sand-glass, hour-glass All'sW. II. i. 168, Wint. I. ii. 306 “The running of one ,” IV. Chor. [i.] 16 “I turn my ,” 1H6 IV. ii. 35, Sonn. cxxvi. 2; in nautical use, half-hour glass, hence=half-an-hour Tp. I. ii. 240, V. i. 223 “three glasses since.”
2. magic mirror or crystal Mac. IV. i. 119.
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