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Example sentences for curtain
He imagines that a window curtain is a stage curtain with a packed auditorium on the other side.
Then they would walk behind a curtain to be confronted by the mirror.
Make a shower curtain by threading a length of rope through the eyelets on a standard opaque shower curtain.
The majority of the photos were of cattle, farmers or a weather related event, such as the wind blowing the curtain.
Thereupon the people hung a curtain about her, and retired.
The curtain opened to reveal a noisy, dusty construction scene.
The resident's voice rang out as he flung back the curtain.
Come, draw this curtain, and let's see your picture.
The purple velveteen curtain is shabby, a castoff from the public school.
The blue-eyed doctor hidden behind a conveniently located velvet curtain.
The video game's sound effects seem to fade behind a muffling curtain of suspense.
One certainty is that my dean adeptly choreographed the event, unbeknownst to me until the curtain had already fallen.
Behind a curtain he found two long rifles with scopes.
Here's a peak behind the curtain in the photo editing process.
Rather, in concert they'll map the shadow it casts on a curtain of hot gas behind it.
When the curtain came down, a lot of things came down with it.
More elevated encounters with low-energy electrons may also elicit a red glow from oxygen at the upper edges of a green curtain.
After first checking out the target, one group had to putt the ball under a curtain obscuring the view.
Your task is to click on the curtain that you feel has the picture behind it.
If it were a sound, it would be the muttering of a cast awaiting the inexplicably delayed rise of a curtain.
The gallery was used to simulate face airflow conditions in underground mines having a blowing curtain.
In autumn, when water levels are low, the falls is a peaceful white curtain surrounded by bright yellow and red foliage.
Perhaps if the profession let its journeymen take a few peeks behind the curtain, this type of article would not be necessary.
Sixteen years go by as a curtain billows once, twice.
The sets, despite an irrelevant smoke-breathing dragon looming at the top of the curtain, are big but blah.
Between him and the truth the avarice of a sordid landlady interposes the curtain of a lie.
To their horror, as the curtain falls, there is a ghastly applause.
Hanging from each blimp would be a football-field-size curtain made of electrical wires--live electrical wires.
It took a while for middle-market cars to get side-curtain air bags, but now they all have them.
Dancers file across a stage, then loop around a transparent curtain.
With each step, the curtain of mountain and forest draws tighter, sealing you off from the modern world.
Because you had absolutely no idea what went on behind the curtain.
But every once in a while, a dark, masked face peers out from behind a curtain of leaves.
It was as if a geochronological curtain were drawn across the mystery of our species' birth.
Night was drawing and closing her curtain up above the world, and down beneath it.
We ducked through a bright green curtain into a tiny airless room piled with books and smelling of incense and human sweat.
The outer wall, or curtain wall, was the castle's first line of defense.
The cool world and the straight world collide as the curtain comes up.
The third curtain was installed to allow selective withdrawal through a low-level intake structure.
Somewhere beyond the curtain of the fifth act lies a world more stable and sane, less petty and less murderous and less ignoble.
After briefly rising, a curtain of fear has descended.
Both of these tend to push back the gaseous curtain enshrouding them, letting us peek in on the newborns.
They are extraordinarily level, one long curtain of lacework and woven foam.
Nowhere does the composer emerge before the curtain to ask for sympathy for the struggle that made the music possible.
It seemed as if someone had pulled a curtain to one side to reveal a formless scene that bordered upon the underworld.
But then the colors vanish all at once as if a curtain has been pulled down.
Some professors only want to reveal one curtain which doesn't work well.
He would survey the room before he went in and would make fussy adjustments-such as straightening the curtain weights.
From the opening curtain on, exoticism was in the air.
The curtain has been opened, revealing the meaning and consequences of the tenure system.
Many of them have trouble remembering to put the curtain inside the tub before turning on the shower.
Meanwhile the curtain has risen on the third act in the drama of the dynamic vacuum.
After viewing the scene, a curtain would lower over the table.
Surly, maker of tough bikes for tough people with a sense of humor, has pulled back the curtain on the coming year's new products.
Clifton believed and showed in her poems that there is but a sheer curtain between the living and the dead.
Shock-driven gas curtain: fractal dimension evolution in transition to turbulence.
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