skylight

[n] - a window in a roof to admit daylight
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Skylight

An opening in a roof to admit light. See also: Window.
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Skylight

Any opening in the roof surface which is glazed with a transparent or translucent material.
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Skylight

A structure on a roof that is designed to admit light and is somewhat above the plane of the roof surface.
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Skylight

Sky'light` noun A window placed in the roof of a building, in the ceiling of a room, or in the deck of a ship, for the admission of light from above.
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skylight

noun a window in a roof to admit daylight
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Skylight

• (n.) A window placed in the roof of a building, in the ceiling of a room, or in the deck of a ship, for the admission of light from above.
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skylight

(from the article `building construction`) Skylights or horizontal transparent surfaces have found wide application in these types of buildings. These installations range from purely ...
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Skylight

- A more or less horizontal window located on the roof of a building.
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SKYLIGHT

A structure on a roof that is designed to admit light and is somewhat above the plane of the roof surface.
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Skylight

An opening or roof accessory in a roof or ceiling for admitting light. If it bears across a joist, the top chord angles may be unbraced for design considerations.
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skylight

visible part of diffuse sky radiation
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Skylight

A window located on the roof of a structure to provide interior building spaces with natural daylight, warmth, and ventilation.
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skylight

A window located on the roof of a structure to provide interior building spaces with natural daylight, warmth, and ventilation. A skylight can provide your home with daylighting and warmth. When properly selected and installed, an energy-efficient skylight can help minimize your heating, cooling, an...
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Skylight

An opening, formed by collapse, in the roof of a lava tube.
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Skylight

An opening formed by a collapse in the roof of a lava tube.
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Skylight

[play] Skylight is a play by British dramatist David Hare. It opened at the Royal National Theatre, Cottesloe, directed by Richard Eyre, in 1995. The production then moved to the Wyndham`s Theatre for a short run from 13 February 1996, starring Stella Gonet and Bill Nighy, after winning the Laurence Olivier Award for the 1995 season. A new
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Skylight

[disambiguation] Skylight is a means of daylighting. Skylight may also refer to: ...
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Skylight

A glazed frame running parallel with the roof surface.
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Skylight

A more or less horizontal window located on the roof of a building.
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Skylight

Deck structure with windows in the roof or sides for allowing light and air below. It is often covered with closely spaced bars to protect the glass.
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Skylight

An opening formed by a collapse in the roof of a lava tube
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Skylight

[album] Skylight is an album by American jazz pianist Art Lande, vibraphonist David Samuels and saxophonist Paul McCandless recorded in 1981 and released on the ECM label. ==Reception== The Allmusic review awarded the album 3 stars. ==Track listing== ==Personnel== ...
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Skylight

Skylights are light transmitting fenestration (elements filling building envelope openings) forming all, or a portion of, the roof of a building`s space for daylighting purposes. ==History== Open skylights were used in Ancient Roman architecture, such as the [ ] of the Pantheon. Glazed `closed` skylights have been in use since the Industrial Re...
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Skylight

[band] Skylight is a South African pop rock band from Johannesburg. They formed in 2009 and are known for spreading an ethos of peace and love. The band rose to prominence when they won the `Road to Joburg Day` competition in 2010. == History == Skylight formed in 2009 when Gregory Jorden, Bradley Cumming and Peter Klein met while playing a
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