A rusty, iron key to the past sits on a windowsill in my home.
Just behind the frame, on the windowsill, is a brass logo for the now defunct William Morris Agency.
That morning, he sat in the windowsill and began his day like every other: reading the Bible passage that coincided with the date.
The jailer who had brought Maslova in sat on a windowsill at some distance from them.
Derek sat in the windowsill, and when he moved he touched me.
When I got home the brose for dinner was cooling on the windowsill, and my mother was frying the fish I had caught in the morning.
Leaning on the windowsill, I indicated the progress of the flood.
At that, Sir George put the other foot over the windowsill, and in a moment we were all in headlong flight.
She rested her arms on the windowsill and her head on her forearms.
If I lay a piece of butcher's meat on the windowsill, she hastens up, works her will on it and retires.