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“On each cell door is a "bean hole" or small window-like opening through which guards deliver meals and perform shackling and medical checks.”
“The "window-like" reflection is caused by the plastic covering the insert card.”
“And what's with the window-like reflection outdoors...”
“I remember seeing the little window-like holes in the grave to hold her mirror, her cups and other possessions.”
“You could stand up there in the window-like opening and look down in there, and that big old wheel pulled that whole mill.”
“Its sides were latticed, with the exception of two small window-like openings on either side.”
“Fenestrate: with transparent or window-like naked spots as in the wings of some Lepidoptera.”
“Immediately a shaggy head protruded through the window-like opening, a pair of bright eyes passed over the other visitors and rested upon Leo, with a look which might well be interpreted as one of affection; and a rough nose rubbed up against the boy's arm, this being Winkle's way of expressing delight at seeing his master.”
“To do this, the heavy guns on the larboard side were run out of the port-holes (those window-like openings which you see in the side of the vessel) as far as they would go, and the guns on the starboard side were drawn up and secured in the middle of the deck; this brought the sills of the port-holes on the lowest side nearly even with the water.”
“The doorway in this case is only partly closed, leaving a window-like aperture at its top, and the stones used for the purpose are simply piled up without the use of adobe mortar.”
A Study of Pueblo Architecture: Tusayan and Cibola Eighth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1886-1887, Government Printing Office, Washington, 1891, pages 3-228
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