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porches, plural;
  1. A covered shelter projecting in front of the entrance of a building

  2. A veranda

  1. a structure attached to the exterior of a building often forming a covered entrance
  2. In television broadcasting, the front porch is a brief (about 1.5 microsecond) period inserted between the end of each transmitted line of picture and the leading edge of the next line sync pulse. ...
  3. A vestibule is a lobby, entrance hall, or passage between the entrance and the interior of a building.
  4. Ten is the debut studio album by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, released on August 27, 1991 through Epic Records. ...
  5. Stoa (plural, stoas"stoa", Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd Ed., 1989, stoai, stoae or stoæ) in Ancient Greek architecture; covered walkways or porticos, commonly for public usage. ...
  6. (Porches (Lagoa)) Porches is a civil parish/freguesia in the municipality/concelho of Lagoa (Algarve) in Portugal, about 10 km east of the city of Lagoa. It is 15.57 km² in area, with 1,901 inhabitants (2001); its population density is 122.1 persons/km². ...
  7. (The Porches) The Porches is a historic site in Ormond Beach, Florida, United States. It is located at 176 South Beach Street. On October 6, 1988, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
  8. The structure can be a simple covered entrance to a home or a fully enclosed room on the outside of a residence.
  9. To dream of a porch, denotes that you will engage a new undertakings, and the future will be full of uncertainties. If a young woman dreams that she is with her lover on a porch, implies her doubts of some one's intentions. To dream that you build a porch, you will assume new duties.
  10. The covered projecting structure in front of the doorway.
  11. a covered structure open on the front and sides connected to an entrance into an adjoined building.
  12. a roofed exterior space on the outside of a building
  13. a covered entrance to a doorway; in some great churches these became large and elaborate structures
  14. An area extending beyond the exterior walls of a house which can be enclosed or left open.
  15. A porch is a roofed structure projecting from any wall of a principal building.
  16. A covered platform at an entrance to a dwelling, or an open or enclosed gallery or room, which is not heated or cooled and is attached to the outside of a building.
  17. A covered area attached to a house at an entrance.
  18. a roof structure or room providing shelter at the front of a building.
  19. The services of baptism began in the porch as well as part of the burial service and the wedding service. The porch was also the place where a kneeling penitent received absolution.
  20. a projecting, entrance enclosing the portal and its trumeau. Above it, the lintel and further above the tympanum (See these words)
  21. The Great Porch of the Temple of Solomon a distinctive recognition in the ritual and teachings of Masonry.
  22. A structure attached to a building, usually roofed and open-sided, and often at the entrance. Sometimes screened or glass-enclosed.
  23. Your social personality; how you portray yourself to others / If enclosed: A tendency to distance yourself from others; a desire for privacy / If open: Having an outgoing nature or welcoming attitude
  24. A larger cement, stone, or brick landing and walkway installed at or near the front entry.  See also patio.
  25. The covered entrance to a building; called a portico if columned and pedimented like a temple front.