Roleset id: glaze.01 , (cause to) have a sheen, Source: , vncls: , framnet: glaze.01: GLAZE-V NOTES: Frames file for 'glaze' based on sentences in wsj. Verbnet entry 24. (from glaze.01-v predicate notes)
Arg0-PAG: glazer, agent (vnrole: 24-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: thing now shiny (vnrole: 24-Patient)
Example: the other example
person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full
John-1 likes *trace*-1 to glaze donuts in his spare time.
Argm-TMP: in his spare time
Roleset id: glaze_over.02 , come to have a glaze, Source: , vncls: , framnet: glaze_over.02: GLAZE_OVER-V NOTES: (from glaze.02-v)
Arg1-PPT: thing now glazed (vnrole: 24-Patient)
Example: the one example
person: ns,  tense: present,  aspect: ns,  voice: active,  form: full
The approach worked well in the recent antitrust case in which Energy Transportation Systems Inc. sued Santa Fe Pacific Corp. over the transport of semi-liquefied coal -- the kind of case likely to make almost anyone's eyes glaze over.
Arg1: almost anyone's eyes
Rel: [ glaze] [ over]