A more conventional way of burning yourself over the summer involves that patio favorite, the outdoor grill.
Officers said the couple reportedly stayed up late often relaxing on their patio.
I oblige and we begin chain-smoking on the patio of the Trump International Hotel in Midtown Manhattan.
But when Summer comes around what I really do is spend a lot of time on the patio having cocktails.
Ben Aboo had tried to follow them, but he had been killed in the alcove of the patio.
The cibolero had indicated a spot from which part of the patio, or courtyard, was visible.
They are the guests expected, for whom the spare horses stand saddled in the patio.
The other way only led into the patio, already filling with men.
This is the dancing place, or patio, on which he performs his religious exercises, and he may have more than one.
She stepped forward to the parapet that overlooked the patio.
1818, "inner court open to the sky," from Spanish patio probably from Old Provençal patu, pati "untilled land, communal pasture," from Latin pactum "agreement" (see pact). Another theory traces the Spanish word to Latin patere "to lie open." Meaning "paved and enclosed terrace beside a building" first recorded 1941. Patio furniture is attested from 1969.