- n. Plural form of pane.
“The job window includes three main columns, which they refer to as panes: A job pane and two folder panes.”
“The assumption that the glass will not be double panes is correct, too expensive.”
“But I canâ€ ™ t help wondering if the allusion to gore behind those art-deco panes is worse the actual carnage.”
“It didn't much matter, after all, whether the fortunes came true, or whether anybody believed in them; what mattered was that here at least was one small roomful of warmth and happiness, shut in by frail window-panes from a freezing, harsh, and inexplicable world.”
“Within three feet of the panes was a wall, and the light came down from far above, between two lofty buildings, as from a very small opening in a dome.”
“To be sure, the panes are a good deal broken, but, till we can get better glass, paper is not to be despised.”
“The window-frames were small, and cut diamond-wise; and in the centre of each of the panes was a round of coarsely-painted glass.”
“The mullions and rails between the panes were as pleasingly orchestrated as Mondrian’s black stripes.”
“There were in some open fields, lands called 'panes', containing forty or sixty different lands, and on a certain day the best man of the parish appeared to take possession of any lot he thought fit.”
“All options available in the current situation are accessible via "panes", very similar to the techniques you already know from the System Preferences application.”
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