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A hinged window with a sash that cranks outward.
This is a window with a horizontally-sliding sash in a single frame.
A bay window is comprised of three or more windows, typically featuring a large center unit and two flanking units at 35° or 45° angles to the wall. A bow windowfeatures four or more window units in a radial or bow formation.
This is a three-dimensional window that projects from the exterior wall with glazing on all sides except the bottom, which serves as a shelf for plants.
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These windows feature two vertically-sliding sash in a single frame.