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If you can’t get outside that often, looking out a window regularly should help.

Generally, advertisers’ cancelation amounts increased from 30% to 50%, and the cancelation windows shrunk from 45 to 60 days before a quarter’s start to 30 to 45 days.

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Closed stores and empty windows result in emptier sidewalks and streets.

It took a few gummy bites of the curtain material, allowing me to open the window over its head.

From Fortune

On May 25, he threw a chair through a window at his brother’s house and drove off, hitting several parked vehicles.

The interior video shows the gunman firing the shot through the window.

I fall back into a dream and then suddenly there is a tapping on the window just above my bed.

In fact, these kinds of advances helped give religion another huge window of opportunity for racial reconciliation in the 1960s.

As it was, The Affair ended its first season last night with me contemplating hurling my television out of the window.

The younger man rolled down his window to receive the approaching Williams “to see what he wanted.”

But at the instant I caught a sight of my counterfeit presentment in a shop window, and veiled my haughty crest.

She had listened—she had listened intently, looking straight out of the window and without moving.

The east window in this church has been classed as the A1 of modern painted windows.

The clerks had not arrived yet, and he beguiled the time by looking out of the staircase window.

As the window dropped, Ripperda saw the wounded postilion fall on the neck of his horse.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to window, such as: aperture, casement, dormer, fanlight, fenestella, and fenestra.

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