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window pane

Definitions

  • tapping With his Finger-tips on the Window-pane.'——191
    tapping With his Finger-tips on the Window-pane.'——191
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n window pane street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Window pane (Arch) See Pane n., 3 .
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Usage

In literature:

I think he looked at us from the window; something white flashed behind the window pane.
"The Crushed Flower and Other Stories" by Leonid Andreyev
It was still raining, that cold rain which at times turns for a moment or two to snow, and it dashed in gusts against the window panes.
"The Scouts of Stonewall" by Joseph A. Altsheler
The champagne was humming in his head like a fly against a window pane.
"Three Soldiers" by John Dos Passos
On stormy nights she would drum and rattle at windows, and by firelight and candle-light her face was seen peering through the panes.
"Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Complete" by Charles M. Skinner
Just look at the window-panes, while you and I were talking!
"Mary Anerley" by R. D. Blackmore
It pressed on the window-pane like a blanket, leaving dark, damp rivulets on the glass.
"The Little Warrior" by P. G. Wodehouse
He turned his gaze away from her, and looked through the dim old window panes out upon the clustered elm boughs.
"The Battle Ground" by Ellen Glasgow
Bersenyev had had time to read a page of Raumer, when a handful of fine gravel came rattling on his window-pane.
"On the Eve" by Ivan Turgenev
He went to the crinkly paned window and peered out.
"The History of Mr. Polly" by H. G. Wells
Window-curtains of obsolete pattern, all alike, and all drawn, masked the blank panes.
"The Fighting Chance" by Robert W. Chambers
The reddish-brown tiles and the bright window-panes were the only things which had a modern air.
"O. T." by Hans Christian Andersen
The grimy window-panes saddened all the light that poured through them faintly.
"Hide and Seek" by Wilkie Collins
It was ten o'clock when a knock at the door aroused me, and the sunlight through the window-pane was tracing patterns on the floor.
"Diary of a U-Boat Commander" by Anonymous
The window-panes were small and set in lead.
"Our Old Home" by Nathaniel Hawthorne
She went up to the window again and pressed her burning forehead against the cold pane.
"The Possessed" by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Many of the windows were broken, their panes stuffed with paper; washing hung from house to house.
"The Cathedral" by Sir Hugh Walpole
Every one must occasionally have seen, in autumn, flies as if cemented to the window-pane, and surrounded with a whitish halo.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 303" by Various
He had chosen the drawing-room window because the panes were very large.
"Hugo" by Arnold Bennett
When he awoke the next morning, he heard the wind whistling, and the rain pattering on the window-panes.
"Garman and Worse" by Alexander Lange Kielland
The rain was beating on the window-panes.
"The Judge" by Rebecca West
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In poetry:

In a patter come the showers;
Mournfully beats the rain;
The landscape blurring, the flowers,
It streams on the window pane.
"Lines - I" by Manmohan Ghose
Pale is the face at the window-pane,
Pale as the pearl on her breast,
"Roderick, love, wilt come again?
Fares he to east or west?"
"My Lady Of Castle Grand" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
And Hannah listened as she spoke,
But only heard the driving rain,
As on the cottage-roof it broke
And pattered on the window-pane.
"Fido" by Hanford Lennox Gordon
The time of gifts has come again,
And, on my northern window-pane,
Outlined against the day's brief light,
A Christmas token hangs in sight.
"The Pressed Gentian" by John Greenleaf Whittier
"Ay, let us sleep. The window pane
Grows pale against the purple sky.
The dawn is with us once again,
The dawn; which always means good-bye."
"Yasmini" by Laurence Hope
When I am sitting at the window,
Through the panes, which the snow blurs,
I see the lovely images, hers, as
She passes… passes… passes by…
"As She Passes" by Fernando Pessoa

In news:

But massive medieval chimneys, ribbons of small paned windows, and an oriel window at center on the second floor complete the image.
Condensation clings to window panes in Loop 70 Auto Parts on Thursday on Business Loop 70 in Columbia after the previous night's fire at the store.
Vandalized in August, cracks remain visible on several of the large dual-pane windows of the new Redskins Arena gymnasium that opened in September at the start of the 2012-2013 school year.
What's new is the marriage of that technology with the most efficient window glass, with an insulating value of more than R-8 (that's a U-value of.12) compared to R-3 for a typical low-E double pane.
In its former location, vandals had broken every pane of every window with rocks or bullets.
Stolen window frames a ' pane ' in the neck.
Some window replacements do not involve broken panes, but merely bad or broken seals.
The air layer between the glass panes provides a huge increase in the insulation quality of the window and prevents condensation from forming inside as long as the window's inner air seal is unbroken.
My home has single- paned windows.
Windows these days can be pretty high tech, it is not uncommon to see double and even triple paned window filled with Argon and coated with special materials to limit heat gain, or reduce heat losses.
Trends in the residential window market include triple-pane glass, larger sizes, reclaimed wood and darker colors.
The 1355 Series Windows are dual-pane, argon-enhanced units and are said to be very easy to install .
Minkoff's plans include knocking out a street level door, which leads to the current ground floor apartment, redoing the storefront by adding large, open window panes, and a rear addition over a second floor dormer.
An 80-pound deer busted through a double-paned window at the Jackson office, then couldn't get out.
With a few tools and a little knowhow, you can easily replace foggy dual-pane windows on your own.
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In science:

One DM is located in each relay. As shown in Figure 2 the light from TMT enters via an evacuated dual-pane window and is nearly collimated by off-axis paraboloid 1.
Using Site Testing Data for Adaptive Optics Simulations
A paned window consists of two horizontal or vertical panes separated by a movable sash, and each pane containing a window.
Software (Re-)Engineering with PSF II: from architecture to implementation
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