Karatek's house was dark, its windows covered to keep in the light from firepits or fixtures.
With the window safely covered, I went back and closed the door and hit the light switch.
The windows were very bright there and covered only with screens now, their storm shields up.
The shops are closed and their windows covered with plywood.
We had only a one-hour window to cover the local election issues.
But the window at this end of the corridor was small and covered with grease and dirt; very little light made it through.
The windows cover almost all of the upper wall space, filling the chapter house with light.
The three windows cover 4 cells, which clearly would not be allowed windows.
The windows stayed closed and covered, day and night.
And that's why the power did come on for the time I needed to get the wings down and window cover up!