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Uncurtained poem: everyone wearing cheap headphones.
An upright piano stands against one wall - the acoustics are pretty lively, with so much bare flooring and uncurtained windows.
With a breeze blowing in the uncurtained side of the velodrome, the British team opted for five spoke front wheels instead of the discs they had been using for fear of turbulence on the track.
With a breeze blowing in the uncurtained side of the velodrome, the British team opted for five-spoke front wheels instead of the discs they had been using for fear of encountering turbulence on the track.
The building had already been stripped to an empty shell, with only bare floorboards visible through the uncurtained windows.
In everyday use, its steps encourage casual sitting about, but its focal shape is a reminder of the adjacent theatre, for doors in the building open onto the space, and windows, when uncurtained, enjoy the lake view.
Later, Matisse reinvented the significance and use of the open and uncurtained window as a theme and paved the way for artists such as Picasso, Delaunay, and Magritte.
But then Louis stopped unpacking and looked up at the uncurtained window.
The office was dark with very little light coming in through the chill, uncurtained windows.
With a noticeable breeze blowing through the uncurtained side of the velodrome, the choice of wheels -- either five-spoked or discs -- was important and the British were determined to keep the Australians guessing.
Ghostly shadows of moths and insects are attracted to outside lights and uncurtained windows.