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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.
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.
The house needs some work, such as a new carport, double-pane windows, proper insulation, deck repair and maybe termite work, all of which will probably eat up the better part of $100,000.
Floor-to-ceiling glass panes will also replace windows on the deck.
The home is energy efficient with great attic insulation, an efficient furnace, double pane windows, energy-effcient appliances, tank-less water heater, programmable thermostat and thermal windows.
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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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