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blank window

A recess in an exterior wall, having the external appearance of a window; a window that has been sealed off but is still visible.
See also: Window

blank window, blind window, false window

1. A recess in an external wall, having the external appearance of a window.
2. A window, which has been sealed off but is still visible.
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The fear of "a blank window" explains why WBX have kept a tight rein on their number of markets, but plans are afoot to introduce place betting, Asian handicaps and total goal markets on football - hand in hand with foreign-language versions of the site.
Through the aperture in the wall, the apartment buildings with their blank windows take on new import, each offering a potential line of fire.
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I pass an abandoned house: gray shingles, blank windows.
In the SD task, participants were presented with six blank windows in the bottom portion of the screen.
In Skyline, a solitary woman leans against an office wall, her arms crossed, her face turned away from the white cityscape with innumerable blank windows, visible through the glass in her own unmarked box.
A sign on the padlocked door says, "OPEN: YA'LL COM' ON IN." In three blocks of blank windows, only O'Dell's Pizza is open for business.