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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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glazingglaz‧ing /ˈɡleɪzɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  DHTBglass that has been used to fill windows double glazing
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glazingThe bedrooms are furnished in a traditional style and have double glazing.Octagonal in shape, the framework is made from western red cedar and is available with single or double glazing throughout.Downing Street's double glazing must have proved invaluable as the camera corps set up camp and squabbled on the doorstep.But the old ways and attitudes are still there behind the double glazing and the latest edition of Neighbours.New heating systems will be installed along with double glazing and a major brickwork programme.Not only does it neutralize the free lime, but also seals the pool by internal glazing.Situated in Church Road, Litherland, the property benefits from gas fired central heating and partial secondary glazing.These sizes should be measured between the glazing beads.
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