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window blind

A shade, blind, shade screen, or shutter, 1 for a window.
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The color red is used to indicate the daylight window shades and black is used to indicate the vision window shades.
Also look at the window shades in the child's grandparents' homes and in the daycare center, nursery school and homes of caregivers or babysitters.
PPG Industries (NYSE:PPG), a supplier of paints, coatings, chemicals, optical products, specialty materials, glass and fibre glass, and Gentex Corporation (Nasdaq:GNTX), a provider of products to the automotive industry, North American fire protection market and the aerospace market, announced on Sunday (5 October) that PPG's Aerospace Transparencies business and Gentex will supply electrochromic window shade systems to Hawker Beechcraft Corporation.
Leaders Window Shades make a welcome return to action this Saturday with a trip to Mersey Ferries.
"Ballmer's face was beet-red now, and he was screaming so loudly that, had there been any window shades, they would have been rattling.
The fabrication is currently being used to make Graber CrystalPleat, a line of cellular window shades manufactured by Springs Industries.
A second glance informs the viewer that these objects are actually five white window shades, with individual lengths adjustable by any viewer who cares to pull a cord.
"Now we have real windows, real window shades, real flowerpots and real people," he bragged.
Ground controllers had earlier commanded the arrays to roll up like window shades so the crew could stow them for a return trip to Earth.
Jacksonville, FL, October 10, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Great Window Shades today announced the launch of www.gwshades.com as an informational portal that features educational resources on things like property value benefits from shutters, blinds and shades, and many other helpful design tips that can save you thousands of dollars while not economizing on your style in the Jacksonville Area.
Request for Proposal for SBI Control Tower Window Shades Project
With the help of home theater designer Bob Gatton and Philips Electronics style and home designer Stephen Saint-Onge, Adu got the home entertainment setup of his dreams: 50-inch Philips Ambilight flatTV in his and his mother's rooms ($4,499.99 each); 42-inch screens in several other rooms ($2,699.99); the piece de resistance, a home theater that features a custom-built, remote-controlled, 120-foot drop-down Marantz 12S4 projection screen; Lutron motorized window shades that descend to block outside light; and a Canton/Marantz sound system.