night vent

ventlight, night vent, vent sash

In a window, a small operable light (pane) with hinges along its upper edge, so that it may be swung open to provide ventilation without opening the entire sash.
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Council officials have contacted football clubs uPVC Windows & Doors All internally glazed 28mm Pilkington Glass Units Quality 70mm Profile-the best Night vent facility Key locking handles involved in Sunday's game to encourage supporters to travel by public transport where possible and if coming by car, to car-share and follow the signs to dedicated park-and-ride facilities on the outskirts of the city.
SCOTTISH ATHLETICS chief Mark Munro last night vented his frustration over the Aussies' "light touch" response to Callum Hawkins' Gold Coast collapse.
Chelsea 2 Arsenal 1 ARSENE Wenger last night vented his frustration at referee Martin Atkinson as Arsenal crashed to another big-game defeat at Chelsea.
MEMBERS of the Irish Community last night vented their anger over the decision to include the face of a former Birmingham mayor on an historic John F Kennedy mural.
Steffensen last night vented his anger on Twitter suggesting he might withdraw from the Games, giving up his position in the 4x400m relay team.
Distressed pensioners last night vented their anger at Liverpoolbased Medicash for withdrawing the benefit as of April 1.
THE BHB last night vented its frustration at a reduction in the rate charged to on-course bookmakers in what promises to be the 43rd and final year of the betting levy scheme.
NEIL LENNON last night vented his disgust after Rangers security chiefs told him he couldn't watch the Old Firm derby from the Ibrox stand.