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Synonyms for shop window

a window of a store facing onto the street

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BARNSLEY keeper Luke Steele hopes to put himself in the shop window today with what he hopes will be another match-winning FA Cup performance.
The mother-of-three said she can not show hair products and gifts in the shop window because she fears they will get damaged.
If the shop window is reminiscent of a cinema screen, the interior arrangement echoes the anatomy of theatre so that overlooked from ground and first floor levels, the basement bar becomes an orchestra pit.
India's new master of spin has put himself in the shop window by saying he would jump at the chance to join an English county.
September 11 1895: The FA Cup won by Aston Villa was stolen from a Birmingham shop window and never found again.
Up until I heard his music, everything I had ever heard seemed as if it was dressed up for a shop window somewhere, so that when I heard him for the first time, it was like he was singing only for himself, and now and then, maybe God.
A TEENAGER punched a shop window in a rage after his ex told him that she had found someone else.
Sean St LeDger hopes to put himself in the shop window by playing against Macedonia this weekend.
COVENTRY City supporters will see the club's shop window come alive with nostalgia in the next few weeks, with the help of two local businesses.
PASSERS-BY stopped in their tracks when young designers put themselves in the shop window - literally
It replaced the original trophy, which was stolen from a shop window in Birmingham and never recovered.
It was found in pieces on the pavement on Sunday after the shop window was smashed.
Speaking about the Welsh rugby team, the Cardiff West AM - a fervent rugby fan - said: "The shop window is very shop-soiled.
On the ground floor, Silvestrin has cut into it and set the shop window back from the pavement to create the suggestion of an arcade.
A Birmingham woman escaped with her life after her car ploughed into a shop window yesterday.