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paned

[peynd] /peɪnd/
adjective
1.
having panes (usually used in combination):
a diamond-paned window.
Origin
1545-1555
1545-55; pane + -ed3
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  • Imagine: the solar cell is the top pane of a double paned skylight.
  • The windows are heavy-paned slivers set high in the walls.
  • Complemented with sunny rooms, dual-paned windows and modern heating and air-conditioning.
  • Single level home featuring vaulted ceilings in sunny living room, newer dual-paned windows and granite tile in kitchen.
  • Painted, multi-paned window bays are inset between brick pilasters.
  • The central doorways on the first and second floors have vertically paned transoms and sidelights.
  • Replace single-pane windows with double or triple paned windows with low-e coating.
  • Aerogels were transparent but they were not transparent enough to be used in double-paned windows.
  • To help increase the energy efficiency of green buildings, glaziers frequently install double-paned windows.
  • These windows lose less heat to the outdoor environment than single-paned alternatives.

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