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Categories: Architectural elements, Windows, Articles with short description, Superstitions of the United States
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witch window  coffin window  lazy window  sideways window  Vermont window
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In American vernacular architecture, a witch window is a window placed in the gable-end wall of a house and rotated approximately 1/8 of a turn from the vertical, leaving it diagonal, with its long edge parallel to the roof slope. Wikipedia
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In American vernacular architecture, a witch window is a window placed in the gable-end wall of a house and rotated approximately 1/8 of a turn from the vertical, leaving it diagonal, with its long edge parallel to the roof slope. Wikipedia
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