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  • s  of windows; divided by vertical bars or piers usually of stone
    mullioned windows

  • On the ground floor there was the thin, grinding sound of a glass cutter, and a mullioned window opened to admit dark figures.
  • At Istanbul's Dolmabaghch Palace, from whose mullioned windows one can look out over the Bosporus to Asia Minor, there lay sick abed a medium-sized, lean, 59-year-old man with .
  • All its stained glass on the north side was blown in, along with the great mullioned windows of the Chapel Royal.

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