door window

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French door, casement door, door window

A door having a top rail, bottom rail, and stiles, which has glass panes throughout (or nearly throughout) its entire length; often used in pairs.
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The following day, two passengers were injured when a stone smashed a door window as a tram pulled up at the Priestfield stop, off the A41Bilston Road.
Attempt to gain entry by causing damage to front door window.
They forced the frame off a back door window and stole property worth pounds 4,444, including two children's scrambler motorbikes, two mountain bikes, power tools, computer and golf equipment.
The gang's first attempt to break into Wilnecote High School, in Tinkers Green Road, by shattering a fire door window near to the maths block failed.
The vandal smashed a rear patio door window to get into the property.
The hangar door windows were damaged and damage to the aircraft included a bent wing tip, a crushed rudder assembly, bent prop blade and numerous other "bruises.
the agency found in favor of an owner on appeal regarding complaints alleging "dirty mailboxes and front door windows.