Upstairs, behind the jalousies, Sotillo did not move for a long time.
The safeguards of virtue are knowledge and self-command, not duennas and jalousies.
I found that it was a black servant who was engaged in raising the jalousies.
The priest drew the jalousies together, but did not quite shut them.
In two minutes a faint gleam began to show between the slats of the jalousies in the upper story of the hotel.
I have had to close the jalousies to keep out the sun, and it is now positively too hot where I am writing.
The conflict was now pretty nearly over, and the two men withdrew from the window and closed the jalousies.
About them were dark streets with jalousies that clicked as anxious house-holders thrust out startled faces.
The heavy wooden "jalousies" were never opened; the door remained close locked; not a foot-tread marked the gravel near it.
From this side projects the entrance porch, added about 1816, and protected by "jalousies."