pane of glass


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n pane of glass sheet glass cut in shapes for windows or doors
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In literature:

At length down came the rain battering against the small panes of glass.
"Michael Penguyne" by William H. G. Kingston
He spent hours against the panes of glass and outside the kitchen door.
"The Best Short Stories of 1919" by Various
Hatchets and feeding troughs and spare parts and panes of glass and things like that.
"The Invaders" by Benjamin Ferris
The door had a pane of translucent glass in it, and there were more of the unreadable characters on it.
"Viewpoint" by Gordon Randall Garrett
The wind was so strong that it blew away everything that he tried to substitute for the missing pane of glass.
"The Music Master" by Charles Klein
Finding the bolt rusty, Elinor took off her slipper and broke a pane of glass.
"The Motor Maids at Sunrise Camp" by Katherine Stokes
Put your face to one of the glass panes in the right-hand window: what do you see?
"The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Vol. VI (of X)--Great Britain and Ireland IV" by Various
Reaching the upper floor, the Sioux walked directly to the window through which the shots had come that shattered the two panes of glass.
"The Story of Red Feather" by Edward S. (Edward Sylvester) Ellis
Then he took his tools and a pane of glass from an overhead rack and headed for the house.
"Make Mine Homogenized" by Rick Raphael
Scarce a pane of glass remained intact.
"A Girl of the Commune" by George Alfred Henty

In poetry:

Who in a house of glass would dwell,
With curious eyes at every pane?
To ring him in and out again,
Who wants the public crier's bell?
"To James T. Fields" by John Greenleaf Whittier
A tree of blood soaks the morning
where the newborn woman groans.
Her voice leaves glass in the wound
and on the panes, a diagram of bone.
"Adam" by Federico Garcia Lorca
Through dripping, tear-swept panes of glass,
I saw the mighty army pass
In silent file, with solemn tramp,
Back to its far, mysterious Camp.
"Manhattan" by Charles Hanson Towne
This dusty pane might serve for looking glass.
Three, four—four grey hairs! Is it so you said
A plait of hair should wave across my neck?
No—this way.
"Pippa Passes: Part I: Morning" by Robert Browning

In news:

Instead, we made a gallant effort, a heck of a mess and I managed to crack a new pane of glass nearly all the way across.
What's new is the marriage of that technology with the most efficient window glass, with an insulating value of more than R-8 (that's a U-value of.12) compared to R-3 for a typical low-E double pane.
The door was topped with a lunette of small, colored panes of glass.
Collaborating from a Single Pane of Glass.
IT Management / Collaborating from a Single Pane of Glass.
The air layer between the glass panes provides a huge increase in the insulation quality of the window and prevents condensation from forming inside as long as the window's inner air seal is unbroken.
Collaborating from a Single Pane of Glass .
IT Management / Collaborating from a Single Pane of Glass .
The system is composed of glass panes that flow from flat with the facade to a 60 percent opening.
Set into Cantina South's double front doors is a matched pair of large semicircular glass panes.
A BB pellet was trapped in between the panes of glass, the report said.
Henkel's piece is made of colored glass panes, and weighs 17,000 pounds.
The viewing gallery for the military commission's courtroom at Guantánamo Bay is behind a thick pane of clear, soundproof glass.
The RAIS OPUS convection stove features an air-wash system that keeps the glass pane clean by pulling pre-heated air across the inside of the glass.
The Palm Court's famed stained-glass ceiling was re-created pane-for-pane with the help of New York City's Landmarks Preservation Commission.