Rain slapped the windowpane.
Check if the dough has built enough gluten (perform the windowpane test).
The outer shell of the windowpane oyster, Placuna placenta, is called the capiz shell.
"Any colour in a suit must be very subtle," he says, "maybe a small stripe or a windowpane but nothing more."
He was no longer on the outside of the windowpane.
Mohamed Atta fit perfectly into the windowpane, and the effect was immediate.
Wesley’s monologue is like the steady tapping of rain on a windowpane: melancholy and constant.
Jeb’s eyes darted back and forth between her crossed, luminous knees and the rumbling windowpane.
In the windowpane above Ann Patchett’s desk is a small steel and enamel sign that reads: “What good shall I do this day?”
One day, Bacher’s 90-pound American bulldog mix Crespo got too excited when the mailman appeared and smashed through a windowpane.
I sat in bed, watching them bounce off the windowpane and nosedive into the grass, where they flapped and floundered as if they were drowning.
Yet he continued to hold the doubtful ideal of a language as “clear as a windowpane,” through which facts would transparently reveal themselves.
The Kate Bush song had been playing for all of thirty seconds when we heard an odd noise and turned to see a bird rapping its beak against the windowpane.
The rain sloshed down the narrow windowpane as if it couldn’t reach the sill quickly enough, then overflowed onto a patch of ground that was rife with nettle and dock.
In one powerful dual image made in 1978 and taken though a smudged windowpane, his hand holds a small stick-like doll against a tilted horizon where a grey sea meets a grey sky.
Many more bled to death in no-man’s land, their wails lingering for days like “moist fingers being dragged down an enormous windowpane”, as a British lieutenant wrote of the Battle of the Somme.
When an entire story is metaphorical, focussed on a single surreal image, it’s helpful that individual sentences possess the windowpane transparency that George Orwell advocated as a prose ideal.
Moreover, a windowpane itself could so easily become shrapnel, shattered by a nearby blast, and everyone had heard of someone or other who had bled out after being lacerated by shards of flying glass.
The lovers end up squatting in a frozen mansion, where he writes the poetry that will make him famous, while the viewer wonders whether the film shouldn’t have been retitled 101 Ways of Filming a Frosty Windowpane.
Peace, the whir of the train Floating by rows of trees And tilled soil The sun lands lightly on the hills Dripping between leaves A lush summer in Lyon Children on small bicycles Waving to parents through windowpane Winding through thin alleyways Laughter rising to the sky The squares of St Rémy Caught in tranquility
- a pane of glass in a window
- very thin translucent flounder of the Atlantic coast of North America
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Peace the whir of the train Floating by rows of trees And tilled soil The sun lands lightly on the hills Dripping between leaves A lush summer in Lyon Children on small bicycles Waving to parents through windowpane Winding through thin alleyways Laughter rising to the sky The squares of St Rémy Caught in tranquility