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Window seat

A seat built into the inside bottom of a window.

window seat

window seat
1. A seat built into the bottom inside of a window.
2. A seat located at a window.
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They include previous DVT/PE or known thrombophilic disorder, malignancy, recent surgery or trauma, immobility, advanced agestrogen use - including oral contraceptives, pregnancy, sitting in a window seat and obesity.
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Although updated by its present owners, the house still boasts many original features from Clinton Jones' days, including stained-glass windows, window seats, ornate plasterwork, mahogany fireplace surrounds, parquet flooring and a lovely fireplace.
There is a library of nearly 20 ft in length with original shutters and window seats to the sash windows, built in dwarf cupboards with book cases above and fireplace with carved surround.
Researchers from Leiden University Medical Centre reportedly said: "Passengers in a window seat had a two-fold increase in risk compared to those in an aisle seat, while there was no increase in risk in those in middle seats.
After all the screw holes had been filled with plastic wood, which was sanded smooth, the window seat was primed and painted in the same terracotta as the walls, with a matching dark border round the bottom.
For this window seat you need to cut out two identical carriage shapes for the back and front.
If I'd had to buy the bed frame and the window seat, my pounds 250 budget would have been blown away like fairy dust.
Photo: Versatile area at one end of expandedkitchen includes fireplace, window seat, and entertainment center in one corner
This hosted travel program includes superior accommodations including lodges and tented camps, all transfers, game viewing activities, travel in specially-equipped safari vehicles with a guaranteed window seat, all park fees, 6 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 6 dinners.
Living accommodation includes a hall with cloakroom cupboard and storage cupboard, double bedroom with built-in wardrobe and en suite, second double bedroom, main bathroom, lounge with window seat to bay and balcony and a breakfasting kitchen with fitted wall and floor units.
Ford, 83, and Bush, 72, were sitting in the first-class section of the plane, with Ford taking the window seat on the port side of the aircraft.