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For the women are not allowed to lean out of their windows, and thus be able to see up and down the road, so the builder always places the house cornerwise, in order to enable those inside the room to see both ways without exposing themselves.
Broughams and landaus would then roll over the gravel sweep, and M. Zola and I would at times lean out of the windows and exchange opinions with respect to the bridal pair and the guests.
He told us not to lean out of the windows, not to point, and explained the word "greenhorn."
Francesca would lean out the kitchen window, to discuss the day’s menu with “Nagymama.”
He experienced a sensation so subtle he would never quite understand what made him go to the iron rail, hold tight with one hand and lean out over the edge to look past the jut of land, beyond the square-jawed cliffs, down onto the storm-swept beach.