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the sill under a window.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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From time to time a living torch would be seen crouched on a
and then leaping through the air.
As a rule, you think of the ego as one who is peering out of your own eyes as if leaning on a
, looking at the world.
Placing the plant on a
or in a hanging basket is not safe enough.
Openings generally have stone lintels, and stone string courses wrap the building at the
Staff reported that each bedroom
height exceeded the maximum allowable sill height requirement.
means the portion of the horizontal window ledge that protrudes into the interior of the room.
Calculations showing the actual volume to the upper
or weir elevation of the control structure.
When you need to use the ladder, you hook the top portion of the ladder over the
and drop the rest out the window.
on which the two samples will fit with room to spare.
Higher end examples utilize a change in exterior material using the
as a breaking point.
British Dictionary definitions for
a sill below a window
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