Clean the gutters and eaves in spring and fall, and screen off
potential shelter areas with steel mesh.
Plastic screens were draped from the roof of an adjacent house to screen off
the scene from onlookers.
The volumetric separation sought by the masterplan is evoked by deeply recessed loggias aligned on communal lobbies, where clear-glazed partitions are intended to give through views; though in practice, some of this transparency has been compromised by a motley crop of visual barriers improvised by tenants to screen off
the loggias, which are let as private spaces.
(Petty also brought distinction to Rachel Talalay's goofy and neglected Tank Girl.) Indeed, if Smoke, with its soupcon of plantation-house paternalism, had been test-marketed like Shield with the same ghetto teenagers, they might have conceivably torn the screen off
The image shows two devices: one is the working LG G5 with the screen on, an acknowledgement that the device is working, and the other one seems to either be an LG G6 device with its screen off
or a dummy.
If you want to move the TV to another room simply peel the screen off
It would add to your battery's life if you turn the screen off
immediately after you're done using it.