- n. Plural form of dormer.
“Ok, but would you, and all UML "dormers" pay a 21\% premium?”
“About $750,000 in grant funds fueled restoration of the 102-year-old depot, replacing the roof and recreating features such as dormers and a ticket counter, Geyer said.”
“They also said they don't want to see architectural elements, such as dormers and false shutters, added to buildings just because they're perceived to be Bluffton's style.”
“The majority of the dormers, though, are just sleeping in their office as their sign of rebellion, penance, or thrift.”
“Five years ago, Mr. Botta transformed the boxy '60s resort; it now resembles a spaceship, with sail-shaped glass dormers on the roof, swooshing, transparent doors, a crystalline gangway and underwater Kneipp rock trails lit with red and blue lights.”
“Or imagine a house that has had the back porch enclosed, another one added, a family room tacked onto the side, cables poked in though the framing around the basement door, dormers popped out to convert the attic into a bedroom and so forth.”
“Structurally, the wings were smaller versions of the house, turned sideways and attached to it by small brick sections that had roofs with dormers as their second story.”
“Paint abatement for toxins such as lead, a new roof, dormers and windows are the highest ticket items.”
“Sisko had always loved the look of the beautiful old building, with its wide, columned porch on the first floor, the ornate railing enclosing the upstairs porch, the detailed brackets beneath the eaves, the paired dormers rising from the red-tiled roof.”
“Strings of multi-colored light bulbs outline doorways here and ornamental dormers there.”
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