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The setting of the portrait is a room with two windows on each side of the figures.
The space was dark; it had a small kitchen at the back, a living room with two windows and a tiny bedroom with one window.
They expected to find their luggage in the room with two windows that they had chosen, but it wasn't!
On the inside, the temple consists of a barrel vaulted room with two windows which originally had stained glass.
Two rooms both open into the breezeway, each room with two windows facing northeast and southwest.
Two apartments per floor are in the rounded portion of the building, giving them pie-shaped living rooms with two windows.
The private library has been described as a "vast room with two windows overlooking Saint Peter's Square."
He turned left to the part of the flat that he did not know, crossed a dark passage, and came into a light room with two windows facing the street.
At ten minutes past two Friday morning I sat on a wooden chair at the end of a glass-topped desk in a room with two windows, being sized up by a cop.
They had just finished their breakfast with the Professor and were upstairs in the room he had set apart for them - a long, low room with two windows looking out in one direction and two in another.
Becca gave Adam one last long look, a last kiss on his mouth, then walked out of his room, down the corridor to the small sitting room with two windows looking onto the parking lot, pale yellow walls dotted with Impressionist prints.
However, she was keen to point out the cottage was not merely an aesthetic venture, stating that: 'Much of the working women's time is spent in the scullery and I am therefore making it a bright and cheerful room with two windows instead of a dismal back kitchen'.
It was a sunny room with two windows that reached to the floor; it had been the parlour of a house which at one time was if not fashionable at least respectable: it might have been inhabited fifty years before by a well-to-do tradesman or an officer on half pay.