Window seat


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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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Big Island Air currently offers three tours, a Circle Island Tour, Twilight Tour and Hilo Volcano/Waterfalls Tour, on its 9-passenger Cessna Grand Caravan EX where every passenger has a spacious window seat and a "picture window" view.
So I was delighted when I flopped into a window seat on my way home.
In fact, this man could choose from up to 10 window seats.
The living room is nice with its log burner, and the extra large window seat really lets you make the most of the garden views.
window seat The horse, Silver, knew his route, so his handler Michael didn't even have to look where we were going, and was chatting and telling jokes all the way.
Many of the local SHOs who are " incharge" of QRTs' movements in their areas and have come across the problem had complained that " the men haven't entirely grown up from their childish mentality over who gets the front or window seat.
I prefer a window seat, as I think one of the joys of train travel is to see the countryside.
They include Au6,764 on a new sofa suite, Au3,600 on window locks, Au760 on window seat cushions, Au275 on lampshades and Au90 on matresses and sheets.
There is a third bedroom on this level with a sealed fireplace, wash hand basin and window seat, and a third bathroom.
After a smooth check-in at the counter, we were asked to speak to customer service if we wanted a window seat as all the window seats were full (quite understandable).
Someday, your view of the wing from a window seat might be just as action-packed as the in-flight movie.
Here's one that's hard to categorize: seventy aerial photos give a fine landscape view of the earth and mimic what you'd see from the window seat of a plane--but that's not all.