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There are also patient-controlled automatic window shades and lighting, and a system that reduces noise that may be coming into a patient's room from the hospital corridor.
The restaurant at the corner of Polk and Nagle beckons with large windows shaded with gauzy café curtains and a neon sign in yellow script.
Using the Hilton Honors app, guests can change their room's thermostat, lighting, and window shades.
The window shades, which are a natural, sustainable fiber, are gray and echo the color of the beech floor by Lauzon.
The spending covers such work as painting, drywall installation, ceiling tiles and electrical wiring, as well as purchases of desks, chairs, credenzas, doors, window shades, computers and other furnishings.
In Houston, there were reports of several large buildings swaying, with window shades banging against the windows.
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First Known Use of window shade
WINDOW SHADE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of window shade for English Language Learners
: a roll of cloth or plastic that is hung at the top of a window and that can be pulled down to cover the window
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