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“I couldn't even afford to buy my old house back with the money I've got left even though California housing prices have come down," says Ms. Hodgskon, who says she drives an "an old pickup with roll-down windows.”
“The windows and doors of the structure were covered with closed roll-down shutters—metal roll-down shutters.”
“Within the building, all mission-critical functions are above grade level, and further protected by roll-down hurricane shutters.”
“To protect against the weather, it is topped by a canopy and fitted with a roll-down back window estimate: £60,000-£80,000.”
“Or, rather, open the pages of 'French Curves' Coachbuilt Press, 248 pages, $95 and be transported to 1920s and 1930s France, when the Delahaye, Delage and Talbot-Lago companies were turning out jaw-dropping cars with streamlined Art Deco curves and details that might include scalloped-wood interior trim or a roll-down windshield.”
“In an effort to open up the space to the community, Ms. Goh replaced the existing opaque panels on the two roll-down garage doors with glass, bringing into the once-dusky warehouse a flood of natural light.”
“•One of the techniques for creating narrow, calm roadways and still provide emergency access are drivable sidewalks and roll-down curbs, Tidwell says.”
“It is designed to be weather resistant using acrylic sheeting fixed to the roof under the fins with vertical roll-down café-style blinds within.”
“Second, its roll-down mail notifier lets you actually act on the messages it shows — archive, delete, spam, mark as read or reply.”
“I could hear the sound of the undead in the background through the speakers, relentlessly striking the steel roll-down galley shutter.”
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