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window back

The inside face of the portion of wall between the windowsill and the floor below.
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BEIRUT: "I am forcing that gap in the window back open, letting in a thin ray of light, just enough to reveal the many layers of hell .
Redo rolled his window back up and reached for a package of chocolate candy in his glove box.
The new parts may not be an exact match for your old hardware, but they'll do the job and put your window back in the swing of things.
His most recent book offers another fresh, deeply researched and thoughtfully composed window back in time.
Being at her wedding gave me a window back in time--a glance back at the wonder of youth, the pain of adolescence, and the dreams we had for our lives as adults.
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Perez, in his first transfer window back in the top seat at Madrid, splashed $300 million on big-hitting players such
I quickly put my window back up and as I did this a brick was thrown through the same window and landed in my lap.
He said when he drove past the demonstrators: "I had my window down and just shouted 'get out of Burnley' then I put my window back up once I had said that.