In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Rather than foregrounding a central object when I gaze into a store window, I become interested instead in all that a single pane of glass can contain.
- In the central image, the girl sits on the top steps, the glass panes in the front door visible behind her.
- There are two long, narrow windows and a walkout door with glass panes to a deck in the bedroom
- When I saw the painting, strangely executed on the upper glass panes of a door, I was spellbound.
- They had a row and he left and at Brown Street kicked a door and broke a pane of glass.
- Mrs Platt said glass panes in the door of another Church Street shop had also been damaged in the same way.
- The entire outside wall was a single pane of glass, covered only by a lacy curtain.
- It could have been easily mistaken for a mall, with its multi-story commercial looking structure and the massive glass panes and doors.
- When single panes of toughened glass are used overhead such failure can have dangerous consequences.
- The glass pane on the door and every window were reduced to tiny fragments.
- Roberts then appeared in the kitchen having smashed the glass pane in her door and removed the security chain.
- Doors are now large panes of glass with unobstructed views of the beach.
- And better yet, the top half of the door was a large pane of glass that gave him a great view of the kitchen.
- When they entered the wooden doors with glass panes, a young teenage man with spiky blond hair and a cute grin greeted them.
- It is still out of bounds, its ghostly emptiness - whole streets without a single pane of glass intact - telling its own poignant story.
- Doors with glass panes require a double-cylinder deadbolt to prevent someone from breaking the glass, reaching in and unlocking the door.
- A MAN who pleaded to causing damage to a door and breaking two panes of glass at a house was ordered to compensate the owner, at the November 22 sitting of Carlow District Court.
- Earlier in the day, my oldest brother had accidentally broken one of the glass panes in our kitchen door, which my mother had temporarily patched with a flap from a cardboard box.
- If your door has glass panes, are they properly glazed?
- Glass panes in select cabinet doors show vintage dishware; others bear fabric and chicken-wire inserts.
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