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Tricep dips This classic bodyweight exercise involved planting your hands on a windowsill, bending your elbows and extending them for an upper-arm burn.
Double-check that windowsills are clean and can shed water.
A model of Ben Barres’ brain sits on the windowsill behind his desk at Stanford University School of Medicine.
Sanders, sitting on the windowsill of the passenger door, fired several shots at the fleeing victims, prosecutors said.
More than 10,000 Hoosiers lined Downtown Indianapolis streets, perched on windowsills or staking their claim in parking garages to get a glimpse of celebrities attending the grand opening of the Planet Hollywood restaurant on July 21, 1997.
Indoors: Some carnivorous plants simply are not suited to indoor environments, though a few tropicals will work as windowsill plants if, in winter, they can be kept humid and away from direct heating or cold drafts.
Feigin conducts early morning walkthroughs twice a week and keeps a set of binoculars in his Schlitz Park office windowsill, with a view of the project a few blocks away.
According to OPRF spokeswoman Karin Sullivan, the swastika was found last week in a windowsill at the building's southernmost entrance on Scoville Avenue.
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Definition of windowsill for English Language Learners
: a narrow shelf that is attached to the bottom of a window
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