- n. Plural form of porch.
“I have wondered, why screened in porches are not part of too many homes.”
“+ In most French church façades the porches were the most striking features, with their deep shadows and sculptured arches.”
“Besides this great hall, there were two others, called porches, of smaller dimensions, in one of which the throne of justice was placed.”
“Under these "porches" or colonnades were usually a large number of infirm people waiting for the”
“Negotiations with the town hinge on discussions of man-made aspects of the land, such as porches and yards that extend into the forest, said town attorney Curtis Coltrane.”
“Do unit owners have exclusive easements or right to use certain common areas such as porches, decks, storage spaces and parking spaces?”
“They're not called "porches," though -- they're called decks.”
“It also prohibits smoking in shared spaces, such as porches and garages, but does allow it in yards and patios.”
“(house of mercy, or the flowing water), the Hebrew name of a reservoir or tank, with five "porches," close upon the sheep-gate or "market" in Jerusalem.”
“(Canada too?) which is the square footage of interior wall-to-wall and excludes porches and garages etc.”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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