I dashed at the place in which I had left her lying and over which (for the small silk counterpane and the sheets were disarranged) the white curtains had been deceivingly pulled forward; then my step, to my unutterable relief, produced an answering sound: I perceived an agitation of the window blind
, and the child, ducking down, emerged rosily from the other side of it.
Not a bit of it," said Diana, pulling up the window blind
The window blind
blew back with the wind that rushed in, and in the aperture of the broken panes there was the head of a great, gaunt gray wolf.
We cannot say how long the night seemed to Milady, but D'Artagnan believed it to be hardly two hours before the daylight peeped through the window blinds
, and invaded the chamber with its paleness.
The door was fastened, and through the window blinds
, secure as they were, not even a fly could enter or get out.
He pulled down his window blinds
and lighted his candle.
cords are potential choking and safety hazards for young children.
Kaiser later formed the advocacy group Parents for Window Blind
A curious child can quickly get entangled in a window blind
With 27 deaths of young children being caused by the window blind
cord, the most recent tragedy hitting the headlines is the death of a 17-month-old, who was curious about the cord and became entangled in window blind
cord while her mother was upstairs for just four minutes.
Fujairah: A three-year-old Emirati girl died on Saturday after getting tangled in a window blind
cord at her house in Dibba, Fujairah, Gulf News has learnt.
Aaron O'Connell said it only takes 10 seconds for a child to slip into unconsciousness and 50 seconds to die from strangulation on a window blind