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WINDOW. An opening made in the wall of a house to admit light and air, and to enable those who are in to look out.
     2. The owner has a right to make as many windows in his house when not built on the line of his property as he may deem proper, although by so doing be may destroy the privacy of his neighbors. Bac. Ab. Actions in general, B.
     3. In cities and towns it is evident that the owner of a house cannot open windows in the partition wall without the consent of the owner of the adjoining property, unless he possesses the right of having ancient lights. (q.v.) The opening of such windows and destroying the privacy of the adjoining property, is not, however, actionable; the remedy against such encroachment is by obstructing them, without encroaching upon the rights of the party who opened them, so as to prevent a right from being acquired by twenty years use. 3 Camp. 82.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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To anchor his existence, there was comfort in routines: waking, bathing, dressing, exercising, breakfast at a table near by the viewport, checking the ship's systems.
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Viewport is particularly well-suited for the textile industry, where a large proportion of fabrics are still assessed visually.
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The slide features an extractor the size of a crowbar, a viewport on the top of the barrel used as a loaded-chamber indicator and a lot of cocking serrations.
The original Alvin ended up with four 5-inch-diameter viewports, one looking forward for the pilot, one for each observer on the port and starboard sides, and one rarely used viewport on the bottom of the sphere.
Then, in his teens, he used luminescent paint to decorate a wall of his basement bedroom so it would look like the viewport of a spaceship approaching Saturn.
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Custom engineered and fabricated sapphire viewport windows that can be metalized, brazed, and sealed into Kovar and stainless steel sleeves are now available from Meller Optics (Providence, RI).