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  • n. Plural form of sunshade.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The technology to build orbiting fuel depots - such as sunshades to keep fuel cool - could be on the way by the end of the 2010s.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • Metallic "sunshades" could be placed between the Earth and sun, or, as

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • Don't those morons know that reducing sunlight on a large scale will be DEVESTAING on ALL vegetation under such "sunshades" if they're continuously under shade & never having full sunlight???

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • Various proposals have been put forward, from putting "sunshades" in space to burying carbon dioxide.

    Climate Ark Climate Change & Global Warming RSS Newsfeed

  • —Larger windows, electric sunshades and bidets in the lavatories are just a few of the features of the 787 Dreamliner that All Nippon Airways Co. passengers will experience starting next month as the first of the new Boeing Co. jets begins commercial service.

    On ANA Dreamliner, Bidets and Bigger Windows Await

  • Two priests approached, attendants following with eagle-feather sunshades.

    Fire The Sky

  • Both had servants holding feathered sunshades to keep them cool.

    Fire The Sky

  • Both involved the seemingly far-fetched occulters, or sunshades, that Seager would later be describing so enthusiastically.

    First Contact

  • It dominates its oddly shaped polygonal patch of land at Wisconsin and Albemarle Street NW, a large, rust-colored form with an appealing and repetitive screen of vertical sunshades along its south and east faces.

    One of the best things for D.C. in decades

  • Nestled against the surrounding hills, each green-roofed apartment takes advantage of passive solar design, rainwater recycling, and photovoltaic sunshades.

    Mike Chino | Inhabitat


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