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  • On either side of fireplace are generous, diamond-paned windows.

    A WICKED WOMAN (A CURTAIN RAISER)

  • Autumn sunshine spilled in through tall diamond-paned windows on the east wall, casting long rectangles of light on the rugs and hardwood floors.

    The Aloha Quilt

  • It was the door to a much larger room whose far wall was lined with diamond-paned windows, through which the disappearing wake was visible.

    Aching for Always

  • The bank was gone; in its place was a half-timbered tavern, with great diamond-paned windows.

    Clockwork Angel

  • Barker drew aside the curtain, and showed that the long, diamond-paned window was open to its full extent.

    Chennai

  • I saw Geilie glance up briefly at the diamond-paned windows of her parlor, then turn away, expressionless.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • The Tar Man watched Gideon run silently across green turf and crouch beneath the diamond-paned windows of one of the small parlors Lord Luxon used for card games in the evening.

    THE TIME QUAKE

  • Sunlight shone through the diamond-paned windows, flooding the room with blue and green.

    Cassandra Clare: The Mortal Instrument Series

  • I saw myself sitting by a diamond-paned window, looking out on a lawn, reading a dusty tome.

    Yatima » 2008 » May

  • A sofa, two wing chairs, and a frayed basket chair gathered around the fireplace, a round table and four chairs occupied the sunny south bay window (where I sat), and a work desk piled high with papers and objects stood beneath a leaded, diamond-paned window in the west: a room of many purposes.

    The Beekeeper's Apprentice

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