A separate defined area within a window for the display of, or interaction with, a part of that window's application or output
A sheet or page of postage stamps
sheet glass cut in shapes for windows or doors
paneling: a panel or section of panels in a wall or door
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Pan (Greek , genitive), in Greek religion and mythology, is the god of shepherds and flocks, of mountain wilds, hunting and rustic music, as well as the companion of the nymphs. His name originates within the Greek language, from the word paein (Πάειν), meaning "to pasture. ...
An individual sheet of glass in a window; A layer in the build-up of a GUI; Alternative spelling of peen
(Panes (Skylight, Window)) Number of panes of glazing in a window or skylight system.
(Panes) display rich information (such as a tables retrieved from queries).
One of the compartments of a door or window consisting of a single sheet of glass in a frame; also, a sheet of glass.
A glass-filled division of a window, door or wall, or the glass itself.
The area of glass that fits in the window frame.
Part of a sheet of stamps divided by a margin from the remainder of the sheet. Also, Booklet pane.
The proper name for a sheet of stamps sold at a post office. Most panes include a plate number and other markings in the margin or selvage.
A pane is a subdivision of a window. For example, the Nautilus window contains a side pane and a view pane.
A Sheet of glass for glazing a window. After installation the pane is referred to as a lite.
A full "sheet" of stamps as sold by a Post Office. Four panes typically make up the original sheet of stamps as printed.
can be Rating Pane, Comments Pane, Statistics Pane, Geotagging Pane, Upload Pane. You can display panes below images in the Category View.
one of usually four or six groupings of stamps which go to make up a full sheet. Commonly referred to (in error) as a sheet.
A sheet of postage stamps or a page from a stamp booklet.
The unit into which a full press sheet is divided before sale at post offices. What a post office customer may refer to as a "sheet of stamps" is more properly called a pane. ...
A framed panel of glass or other transparent material. Single pane refers to one piece of glass in that frame, double pane, or double-glazed, refers to two pieces of glass layered on top of each other.
A window is sometimes separated into several sections. These are called panes.
Stamps come off the press in large sheets known as press sheets. These are cut into smaller sheets called panes, before being sent to post offices for sale to the public.
A pane refers to one section of a door.
Pane’ is a three step crumbing. Lightly coating in plain flour, then dipping in an eggwash (beaten eggs and milk), and then covering with breadcrumbs.
A subwindow in a program; some common panes in PowerPoint are the Slide pane, Notes pane, task pane, and Preview areas of dialog boxes.