Recent Examples of pane from the Web
More than 10,000 panes of the cathedral’s mirrored glass already have been re-caulked and resurfaced, under budget and on schedule, Rev. Christopher Smith, rector and episcopal vicar, told guests at the signing ceremony.
It is called Brookfield Place, and behind its streak-free panes wait Diane von Furstenberg and J. Crew, Burberry and Bottega Veneta, a Lululemon and a designer gym to wear it in.
Where owners had not yet been able to afford them, pieces of fabric concealed the life within behind the new panes of glass.
The bleed hole, then, allows pressure to be balanced out between the cabin and gap between panes.
The arched dual pane glass door allows the owner to view his collection from outside the wine cellar.
Above street level, the building is framed by twin panes of glass separated by aluminum fins.
Today, the average person doesn’t even notice the glass panes of the window visible in the Oval Office in this photograph.
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Origin and Etymology of pane
Middle English pan, pane strip of cloth, pane, from Anglo-French pan, panne, from Latin pannus cloth, rag — more at vane
First Known Use: 14th century
PANE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pane for English Language Learners
: a sheet of glass in a window or door
PANE Defined for Kids
Definition of pane for Students
: a sheet of glass (as in a window)
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