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“The characters turn to the side-window, which is an enormous shot of Earth.”
“In the next lane a huge cargo-hauler swerved to compensate, and as I pulled the control to slow I saw its operator, hands in the air, glaring at me through the perspex side-window.”
“Again, this Piranesi-esque fantasia is framed by the windshield pillar, the dashboard and the side-window molding, which anchors it in something like reality.”
“Colors true and distinct and even my sometimes rickety car running smooth, but now ... ugh ... a steady stream of trash is trickling out from the side-window of the station-wagon in front of us and onto the fresh paved road, state tax dollars at work.”
“He rose in stages, brushing the shards of side-window glass from his chest, glad to find his body still in working order.”
“Parking the car out front at 1: 30 in the afternoon, we enjoyed our meal and walked back outside to find the rear, driver's side-window smashed in.”
“He presently heard his own name shouted, and beheld the upper half of the body of Mr. Spavin thrust out of the side-window of the vehicle, and beckoning Pen vehemently towards it.”
“Casting my mind back to the very first ALIAS, which I seem to recall that Abrams directed as well as wrote, there was a fight scene in an underground car park that ended with the Bad Guy's head being kicked back into the side-window of an SUV, breaking the glass... had the same effect on me as the one you describe.”
“June 28th, 2006 at 2: 39 am PDT maybe one day browser should simply be split-windows – thus users could load their fav website whichever it is on the side-window while browsing around the web web web. reply”
“Hour after hour, while her master sat in one of the parlors, Mrs. Lecount kept watch in the other, with the door into the passage open, and with a full view of North Shingles through the convenient side-window at which she had established herself.”
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