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A window was an opening through which a view could be observed.

Windows could sometimes be disguised as mirrors, particularly in prison or interrogation cells. (AUDIO: Poker Face)

Shop windows were used to display merchandise. (PROSE: Rose) During the Nestene's attempted invasion of Earth in the 1970s, Auton shop window dummies came to life, broke out of the windows and started killing people. (TV: Spearhead from Space)

In the 1920s, the Doctor met Nellie Melba and learned her party trick of shattering glass with a high-pitched note. The Fourth Doctor used it on Delta III to shatter a window, allowing rain to dampen vines constricting him, Romana I and Rohm-Dutt. (TV: The Power of Kroll)

During a night of unrest in Empire City, Elena Salcha and Tom Jakovv got drunk and made love on a waterbed in the smashed window of Tyack's Fittings. (PROSE: Tragedy Day)

A Tomorrow Window was a device invented by Astrabel Zar and Charlton Mackerel that allowed an individual to see their future. (PROSE: The Tomorrow Windows)

Time windows could be created by pushing energy into a warp drive, as was done on the SS Madame de Pompadour. (TV: The Girl in the Fireplace) The Doctor's TARDIS was also capable of opening time windows. (TV: Death Is the Only Answer)

When the newly regenerated Twelfth Doctor and Clara Oswald were staying with the Paternoster Gang, Strax delivered a copy of The Times by throwing it through a window, hitting Clara in the head. (TV: Deep Breath)

The Small Trianon was a building on the Braxiatel Collection that housed the Oracle of the Lost. It could be seen from Irving Braxiatel's bedroom window. (PROSE: Careless Talk)

Clyde Langer said that his lack of knowledge in chemistry was a result of watching the Park Vale Comprehensive School netball team through the window during his lessons. (TV: Sky)