balcony

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balcony

A platform that projects from a wall,usually surrounded by some sort of guard structure to prevent falls.

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O'Malley, one of the Whitehall's board members commented: "The balconies look beautiful and, as a result, property and shareholder values have increased.
Young people on holiday abroad are being urged to take care on hotel balconies.
Summary: Cases of children falling from balconies cause concern; landlords told to ensure buildings meet required standards
He said some measures introduced recently, such as limiting the distance a window may open, or narrowing the gap between bars on balcony rails, have helped prevent children from hanging out of windows or off balconies, but not all buildings are fitted with such safety measures.
Smoke poured from two balconies and a TV news helicopter captured images of the man climbing over the railing and falling.
Protected against weather and noise with insulated glass, a layer of penthouse balconies forms a crystal crown above the five floors of office lofts.
A 247 all-suite property, its spacious junior and luxury suites are equipped with full kitchenettes and private balconies overlooking the tranquil, cobalt Pacific Ocean.
Young Brits on holiday abroad are being urged to take care on hotel balconies.
9 - Neuhausen, 3rd BA - North Neuhausen, steel construction - balconies.
Police urged parents to always close the doors leading to balconies and to strictly monitor the movements of their children while at home so as to avoid such incidents.
The west, by contrast, is as transparent as possible, its two-storey glazing and generous balconies enjoying wonderful views across the valley.
All 148 of Pueblo Bonito Los Cabos' spacious junior and luxury suites have fully equipped kitchenettes and private balconies all facing the manicured gardens and pools, with most offering views of the Sea of Cortes.