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As the race was called for Jones, a stunned and rather giddy Marlow left the bar and walked over to the windowed events center near the state capitol where Republican Roy Moore was holding a party.
There are also staff rooms off the windowed kitchen.
There, Dinucci will have a small, windowed storefront on the first floor, to the left of the hotel's main entrance.
Between the two courts, Murray’s brother, Jamie, sat in the windowed office of the tournament’s director, Craig Tiley, serving as a family representative and consultant.
The group ate around a table in a sunny, windowed porch bursting with geraniums.
As an extension of the last question, with Apple moving into more devices which run largely windowless UIs (i.e. Apple TV, iPhone) is the windowed application a thing of the past?
The next floor, covering segregation, has stirring exhibits like a chapel that holds the windowed coffin that once held the body of Emmett Till, the 14-year-old who was murdered in Mississippi in 1955 for supposedly flirting with a white woman.
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