Recent Examples of pane from the Web
Homemade cakes are displayed behind open panes of glass; wooden baskets overflow with produce; local cheeses of all shapes and sizes rest on butcher blocks.
Apple News is the tech giant's answer to third-party apps that allow users to access content from all types of publishers in a single pane.
A man was arrested in Boston early Wednesday morning, suspected of hurling a large rock at a Holocaust memorial in the city, shattering a pane of glass etched with numbers representing the tattoos on Jews killed in Nazi concentration camps.
On the day of the eclipse, take a photo of the map on the back of the stamp pane with either your finger pointed to your location, or write in the name of your location and draw an arrow to it.
Those friends will be displayed in the Switch's friend-suggestion pane.
Try your hand at space exploration (Photo: Provided by US Postal Service) The pane of 16 Forever stamps are available beginning Tuesday at Post Office facilities nationwide and may be pre-ordered for delivery after June 20.
The back of the stamp pane shows the eclipse path from Oregon to South Carolina.
The special-edition stamps come in a pane of 16 that shows a map of the United States and the path of totality for the eclipse, the 70-mile-wide stripe of the moon’s shadow.
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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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