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  • n. Plural form of fanlight.


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  • ... they're called fanlights (quite appropriately really!).

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  • More than 7,000 squares of fanlights were demolished at the two Houses of Parliament and Westminster Hall, and both chambers were flooded.

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  • Lights shone in the rooms above them and through the fanlights and windows of the old homes that fronted the eighteenth-century street.

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  • Since we are fresh air addicts, even in the depths of winter, the fanlights in the upper storey are open.

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  • The light burns behind yellow blinds and pink blinds, and above fanlights, and down in basement windows.

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  • It would be only a while now before she provided the town with fanlights and a knowledge of Galsworthy.

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  • He admitted that fanlights, and white shutters against rosy brick, were more homelike than a painty wooden box.

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  • Good solid English houses of mellow local brick, with sash windows and fanlights over front doors.

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  • With its french windows and balconies, its creamy woodwork, its solemn pediments and dog-toothed cornices, its fanlights and its stained glass windows, it and the neighbourhood that surrounded it couldn't have been more different to the environment in which Virginia Davies had lived her life.

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  • The fanlights above the doors lit up with a yellow glow.

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