Teacher Juliya
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what does it mean? wide-sashed windows
Sep 23, 2012 4:19 PM
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This explains it better than anyone can write it here (plus it has photos): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sash_window
September 23, 2012
a wide window which can slide vertically to let in air
October 20, 2013
size method where u can distroy windows.......
August 9, 2013
Hi! It is more relevant to older buildings which had tall ceilings and therefore taller windows, basically it means that the bottom half of the window could slide up to superimpose itself over the upper half and alternatively, vice versa for the top half to slide down over the bottom half, it's a good way to control the ventilation whilst allowing more light into the building. Hope it helps, regards, John
April 1, 2013
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