French window

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a French door situated in an exterior wall of a building

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The French window swung open a little wider, and a handsome white-haired old lady, with a somewhat masterful cast of features, stepped out of it on to the lawn.
Besides the signs of a struggle in the room of the unfortunate builder it is now known that the French windows of his bedroom (which is on the ground floor) were found to be open, that there were marks as if some bulky object had been dragged across to the wood-pile, and, finally, it is asserted that charred remains have been found among the charcoal ashes of the fire.
With lowered forehead, without looking up, swiftly and ponderously he crossed the room to one of the French windows.
In another moment he had disappeared through one of the French windows which opened upon the balcony, and in yet another he had switched on the electric light within.
And never shall I forget the subsequent tableaux in the lighted room behind the low balcony and the French windows.
BLANCHE stepped lightly into the room, through one of the open French windows.
Damage was caused to a patio and French window of a home in Oroklini in Larnaca in the early hours of Sunday as the result of an explosion, police said.
While he addresses the 1914 Open Window at the end of the essay, using the alternative, less familiar title for the painting, French Window at Collioure (which is the title favored by the exhibition's curators, Stephanie D'Alessandro and John Elderfield), he does not connect the work to Matisse's more visibly overworked canvas of the same subject from his earlier, brief Fauve period.
They broke in through a french window and took two litre bottles of vodka, Malibu, brandy and Bacardi, as well as bottles of red wine.
And you wouldn't want to be queuing up behind a Spanish tomato wagon looking for an open French window.
It stands in front of an open French window a predominantly gray room, cutting out most of the daylight.
He was then seen trying to get in via a French window and said he wanted to talk to her about 'Christmas stuff'.
Powder coated aluminium sliding french window with one mosquito net
The catalogue for the dual exhibition (the "Kiss Kill," "Perverted Geometry," "Inedibles," and "Self-Absorption" mix uptown and the "Photo-Transformations" downtown) boasts the same kind of size (medium-small), form (as much like a box as a book), and complexity (a French window cover, spiral binding both left and right, and different kinds of paper) as a Samaras original.
The open-plan, fitted kitchen has a breakfast area with French window to the garden and there is also a dining room.
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