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  • Samuel drummed his fingers on the table and stared out through the many-paned glass walls of the solarium, across the landscaped gardens of his mansion to the river where the mist was lifting off the water.


  • With a sense of complete disbelief, I saw the round-shouldered roof and the odd little many-paned windows, which I had last seen on the bright sunny morning of my marriage to Frank Randall.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Velvet drapes still festooned the impeccably clean, many-paned windows.

    The Diamond Secret

  • Constructed of hand-hewn rock and massive tree trunks chinked together, it was a huge log cabin that was shaped like an octagon–patterned after a hogan or sweat lodge–with many-paned windows facing in each cardinal direction, like a vast, architectural compass rose.

    Katherine Neville "The Fire"

  • She pointed to the many-paned oriel window projecting from the right-hand side of the house.

    The Wayward Muse

  • She pushed open the many-paned glass door and stopped the first servant she saw.


  • The information session was held in a wood-paneled classroom with soaring ceilings and many-paned windows that still managed to be stuffy.

    The Guy Not Taken

  • The total structure consisted of a central portion and two T-shaped wings lying to the right and left, whose small, oval-topped old-fashioned windows and doors were set with those many-paned sashes so much admired by those who love what is known as Colonial architecture.

    The Financier

  • Lights burned inside, bathing the grounds through many-paned windows.

    Love and Death

  • Several stories up was an enormous, many-paned skylight that spilled sunlight all the way down to the first floor.



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