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Informatics A series of software operating systems and graphical user interfaces produced by Microsoft since 1985
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I don't like to LOOK out of the windows even--there are so many of those creeping women, and they creep so fast.
That the weather being calm, he rowed round me several times, observed my windows and wire lattices that defended them.
Was it by accident that one window was left unfinished?
They heard her close the windows, fasten them, lock the door, and go away.
The dining-room windows blazed in the side of the house facing the road.
Books were to be written, and since books must be written in rooms, and rooms must have hangings, and outside the windows there must be land, and an horizon to that land, and trees perhaps, and a hill, they sketched a habitation for themselves upon the outline of great offices in the Strand and continued to make an account of the future upon the omnibus which took them towards Chelsea; and still, for both of them, it swam miraculously in the golden light of a large steady lamp.
At the open windows merchants could be seen making up the day's account, and older women lifting jars from shelf to shelf.
Clinging to the carvings with hands and feet he worked himself slowly aloft, avoiding the windows and keeping upon the shadowy side of the tower, away from the light of Thuria and Cluros.
In one of the windows of the armory overlooking the garden stood a grim, gray, old man, leaning upon his folded arms, his brows drawn together in a malignant scowl, the corners of his mouth set in a stern, cold line.
In the third place, the back windows of the second floor had been open, on each occasion when I had seen them--most probably to air the house, which could not be ventilated from the front during the hot summer weather, in consequence of the shut-up condition of all the windows thereabouts.
The begrimed windows rattled incessantly from the passing of elevated trains.
Well-worn pathways, molded by padded paws, led through the cavernous windows or doorways of a few of the ruins we passed, and once we saw the savage face of a great, black-maned lion scowling down upon us from a shattered stone balcony.