double window


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double window

Two windows, side by side, which form a single architectural unit.
See also: Chicago window

double window

1. Two windows, one outside the other, as a storm window, used to provide improved thermal and noise insulation.
2. A window which is double glazed, with an air space between.
3. Two windows, side by side, which form a single architectural unit.
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For single window, the predicted error of thermal transmission coefficients was 0.2569 W/[m.sup.2]K, and for double window, 0.2039 W/[m.sup.2]K.
New ez1095 software feature will now support #10 double window envelope to save time in mailing multiple forms," said Dr.
An article in DM News suggested that, in lieu of changing colors or sizes of renewal series pieces, you could design double window envelopes of a standard size but with different messages showing through.
The double window arrangement of the tailgate was not to my liking either, especially as vision through the lower window was distorted.
First-floor one-bedroom, 1-bath co-op with large main living area with double window and king-sized bedroom.
She then heard the sound of somebody falling outside the house at Crosland Hill Road, Crosland Hill, and when she went into the spare bedroom to investigate found the double window open.
Natural light pours through the French doors and complements the double window overlooking the back garden.
* For the letter-writing title, they have already had a "classic DM disaster." A double window envelope purported to show part of a letter to the prospect reading something like, "Your application had to be rejected because your letter of request failed to...." Apparently in smaller cities and towns their business prospects were offended.
Main living area featuring double window and hardwood floors.
| K Heaney, alterations to single window to form double window, Flat G, Bent House, 40 Holmfirth Road, Meltham.