A hammock was slung across the darker corner of the room, and a small unglazed
window defended by an iron bar looked out towards the sea.
Many of the windows were unglazed
, and bats flew in and out like doves out of a dove-cote.
The roof was in shadow, and the windows, partially glazed with coloured glass and partially unglazed
, admitted a tempered light.
Indeed Therese did somehow resemble an achievement, wonderful enough in its way, in unglazed
Through narrow, stinking alleys, black as Erebus, he groped, and then up a rickety stairway, at the end of which was a closed door and a tiny, unglazed
Between them was a kind of well, or unglazed
skylight, for the admission of light and air into the lobby, which might be some eighteen or twenty feet below.
The garret, built to be a depository for firewood and the like, was dim and dark: for, the window of dormer shape, was in truth a door in the roof, with a little crane over it for the hoisting up of stores from the street: unglazed
, and closing up the middle in two pieces, like any other door of French construction.
The frowning walls towered high against the moonlit sky beyond, and where a portion of the roof had fallen in, the cold moon, shining through the narrow unglazed
windows, gave to the mighty pile the likeness of a huge, many eyed ogre crouching upon the flank of a deserted world, for nowhere was there other sign of habitation.
The system stores solar energy using flat-plate collector, evacuated tube collector, and unglazed
water collector and the process saves energy bills.
JEDDAH: Excavations at the Ghilan archaeological site in the Riyadh region have revealed glazed and unglazed
pottery fragments dating back to the early Islamic era.