Basement window

Basement window

Frames and sash of either wood or metal for use in basement openings. Usually such windows do not have more than two or three lights.

basement window

A window in the basement of a residence.
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The moon had set, but the night was so transparent that the white house-fronts between the elms looked gray against the snow, clumps of bushes made black stains on it, and the basement windows of the church sent shafts of yellow light far across the endless undulations.
The detective said officers found an open basement window when they arrived at the property and although this had a grill across it was still possible that a burglary had taken place.
I nearly fell off the sofa when that bloodied man was flung against a basement window in the first scenes.
My cousin Annarita and I are seven and spying on her brother and his girlfriend through a low basement window. Platoons of ants scatter across our stomachs.
In a post-earnings research note titled "It is, apparently, possible to fall out of a basement window," Barclays analyst Julian Mitchell lowered his price target for General Electric to $13 from $16.
Morgan Adrian and Cullan Barkau woke up to the sound of a scratching at the basement window of their rental home at around 6.30 a.m.
There was no natural light except for a small basement window that also became the shoot for delivering the coal.
Before tossing rusted items, remember, this process is not only easy, but applicable for countless common household items prone to rust, including garden tools, appliances, auto parts, gutters and downspouts and even basement window frames.
The suspect broke in to the man's house through a basement window and came upstairs into the senior citizen's bedroom.
To our horror, and big disappointment, we found ourselves inside the exhaust of the basement window. Surrounded with thick cement walls, about seven feet below the ground, it was covered only by a thin sheet of roof above.
Jahren also writes about the difficulty of being a female scientist, sometimes forced to work with "pasty middle-aged men who regarded me as they would a mangy stray that had slipped in through an open basement window." She relates the ongoing task of securing funding--in their early days as a team, Bill lived in his car when he couldn't afford his own place.
The ordeal unfolded shortly after midnight yesterday morning when three men - one of them masked - entered the house in Wakefield Road through an open basement window.