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Definition of Marver

Marver
Marver Mar"ver, n. [Prob. corrupt. fr. OE. or F. marbre marble.] (Glass Marking) A stone, or cast-iron plate, or former, on which hot glass is rolled to give it shape.

Meaning of Marver from wikipedia

- A marver is a tool used in gl****blowing. It generally is made of a polished steel, br****, or graphite surface attached to a metal or wooden table. For...
- has seen increasing usage during the retail apocalypse of the 2010s. Joe Marver created the Spirit Halloween business model, a pop-up store catering to...
- blowpipe (or blow tube), punty (or punty rod, pontil, or mandrel), bench, marver, blocks, jacks, paddles, tweezers, newspaper pads, and a variety of shears...
- occupied by the mandrel creates the hole through the bead. Marver, a tool used in gl****blowing A marver is a large flat table. The gl**** piece is rolled across...
- on a marver (steel table) and then picked up on the surface of a partially-blown gl**** bubble. Further blowing, heating, and shaping on the marver will...
- Sachar 1948–1968 Morris B. Abram 1968–1970 Charles I. Schottland 1970–1972 Marver H. Bernstein 1972–1983 Evelyn E. Handler 1983–1991 Stuart H. Altman 1990–1991...
- acquired Spirit Halloween, a seasonal retailer that was founded by Joseph Marver in 1983. At that time, the business had 60 temporary locations. Spirit's...
- included Kerry Lacy, Thomas Colby, Will Moran, Andrew David James, and Emily Marver. The play met with warm reviews and succeeded with its audiences as well...
- protecting the piece from thermal shock and relieving thermal stress. Marver – flat surfaces used to roll gl**** upon in order to shape, smooth or consolidate...
- Anthony Johnson, 1966, Saint Mary Parish, Jamaica, died October 10th, 1993, Marverly, St. Andrew) was a ragga/dancehall deejay. Pan Head emerged in 1985, and...
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