shutter

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shutter 

A device that provides a means (mechanical or electro-optical) for letting a beam of light pass during a given length of time.
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In one form or the other, louvered shutters can be seen in houses all over the world: from India to Fiji, from England to South Africa.
Homes will use light colors to reflect sunlight and minimize heat, louvered shutters to allow airflow, and awnings to catch and guide cooling breezes.
SHUTTER BUGS: The manufacturer says its island louvered shutters capture the charm and look of traditional wood shutters but offer privacy, sun control, and protection from hurricanes.