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looking glass
▪ Blake glimpsed the looking glass behind the bar and saw what they found amusing.
▪ I will now move on to look at one chapter from Alice through the looking glass.
▪ She considered her reflection between the gilded curlicues of the eighteenth-century looking glass in the hallway and decided to begin a diet.
▪ The sequel to this, Alice through the looking glass, was published seven years later in 1872.
▪ They talk about the reflect and appraisal, the looking glass self on page forty-nine.
▪ This is history through the looking glass.
▪ We are at least half way through the looking glass, on our way to utter chaos.
looking glass

n. A mirror.

looking glass

n. a mirror; usually a ladies' dressing mirror [syn: glass]

Looking Glass

Looking glass is another term for mirror.

Looking glass or Lookingglass may also refer to:

Looking Glass (band)

Looking Glass was an American pop music group of the early 1970s that was part of the Jersey Shore sound. Their 1972 song " Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)" sold over a million copies.

Looking Glass (Native American leader)

Looking Glass (Allalimya Takanin born c. 1832- d. 1877) was a principal Nez Perce architect of many of the military strategies employed by the Nez Perce during the Nez Perce War of 1877. He, along with Chief Joseph, directed the 1877 retreat from eastern Oregon into Montana and onward toward the Canada–US border during the Nez Perce War. He led the Alpowai band of the Nez Perce, which included the communities of Asotin, Alpowa, and Sapachesap along the Clearwater River in Idaho. He inherited his name from his father, the prominent Nez Percé chief Apash Wyakaikt (“Flint Necklace”) or Ippakness Wayhayken (“Looking Glass Around Neck”) and was therefore called by the whites Looking Glass.

Looking Glass (EP)

"Looking Glass" is a single/ EP by the Canadian electronic rock band The Birthday Massacre. Unlike their previous single, Red Stars, the Looking Glass EP is a physical release rather than a digital download available through iTunes.

It is the second single released for their second full-length album Walking With Strangers.This is also the fourth song to have a music video.
As well as including the title track, the EP includes remixes of "Red Stars", "Weekend", and "Falling Down" from the album Walking with Strangers. There are also 2 new songs: " I Think We're Alone Now", originally recorded by Tommy James and the Shondells but popularized by Tiffany in the late 1980s, and "Shiver". In addition, the EP includes the ambient track "Nowhere" which is a re-recording of "The Night Loop" (which was the background music to the band's website, Lastly the EP contains the music video for "Looking Glass" in QuickTime format.

Looking Glass (Looking Glass album)

Looking Glass was the first record released by the band Looking Glass in 1972.

Looking Glass (Fay Hield album)

Looking Glass is Fay Hield's first solo album.

Looking Glass (UNIX desktop)

Looking Glass is a desktop environment for computers running the UNIX operating system. Developed by Visix Software, it was sold commercially until Visix went out of business.

Looking Glass was used as the desktop software bundled with Caldera OpenLinux.

Usage examples of "looking glass".

In this moment of crisis, all his most important advisers had been summoned urgently to his presence, and there they all were now, following closely on the giant television screen every move made by this dangerous-looking glass capsule and its eight desperate-looking astronauts.

A perfectly normal and perfectly horrible existence, and one which would have left us all still on _this_ side of the looking glass.