from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A trademark used for a transparent thermoplastic acrylic resin employed in paints, enamels, and primers.
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- proper n. Proprietary name for the tough transparent thermoplastic polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. A brand name for a transparent plastic based on methyl methacrylate esters; the term is often used generically to refer to any similar transparent plastic. It is sold in various forms, including rigid sheets which may be used as a substitute for glass in windows.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a transparent thermoplastic acrylic resin
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Unbreakable glass called "Lucite," a radio with pictures called "television," a kind of whole-room refrigerator called "air conditioning," and more.
Mitsubishi can certainly buy Lucite, which is used to make everything from cell phones to counter tops, as
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When Cameron Diaz spotted one of her turquoise-colored Lucite bracelets on a friend's wrist and wore it to the 2002 Oscars with an Emanuel Ungaro wrap gown, Tarina Tarantino "fashion jewelry" was on the map.
Lucite "stones" in the shape of hearts or flowers can be big and heavy.
Nor are her banana earrings, studded with tiny Swarovski crystals and topped with Lucite bows.
Three-foot-tall Lucite towers were filled with an abundance of white rose petals and topped with a white pillar candle, creating the illusion that the candle was floating on rose petals.
In focal points around the room, there were illuminated Lucite square columns topped with stylish floral designs.
Other ways to keep things interesting during the ceremony include using instrumentalists and vocalists in lieu of prerecorded music; and printing the text for your programs on a fan with a handle made of bamboo, birch, twig, or Lucite—whichever works best for your ceremony design.
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