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Curtains are recurring objects in the Legend of Zelda series.

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  • Curtains are recurring objects in the Legend of Zelda series.
  • Curtain (幕, Maku) is the ninth chapter of volume twelve and the one-hundred-seventh chapter of the Death Note manga series. It is the penultimate chapter of the manga.
  • A curtain is a piece of cloth designed to block or obscure light from entering a window. When Marvin White and Wendy Harris came inside what they thought was a truck garage, Wendy found it odd that there was curtains on the window of the door.
  • A curtain is a piece of fabric with a solid color or design printed on it. The fabric can be cloth, plastic, or many other materials. They are typically hung from a curtain rod, and are used to block out the sunlight or to maintain privacy.
  • The Curtain is a junk item in The Last Stand: Dead Zone.
  • The golden curtain lightens as it rises; my eye glides across the surface, over hills and through valleys with nothing to latch onto. A blank icon: I gaze at it as if in a dream, as if not really here: as if away, across the peaks and vales.
  • thumb|link=Curtain: Poirot's Last Case is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club in September 1975 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year. The final chapters of the novel tell of the death of Hercule Poirot. Not only does the novel return the characters to the setting of her first, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, but it reunites Poirot and Hastings, who had not appeared together since Dumb Witness in 1937.
  • Theater stages made use of curtains to ease the transition from one scene to another and allow the performers to get ready without being seen. (TOS: "The Conscience of the King" ) The decontamination chamber aboard Enterprise NX-01 featured a curtain to separate male and females during the application of the decontamination gel. (ENT: "Bounty") In 2375, disturbed by his view of void space from his quarters and unable to sleep, Neelix vowed to replicate himself some curtains first thing in the morning. (VOY: "Night")
  • [Source] Curtains were pieces of cloth used to block the view of a stage from the crowd during a performance. Smaller curtains were also used in sentients' homes, to cover windows and stop people looking into their homes. During riots people often drew their curtains so as not to view the bloodshed. The curtains were often drawn tight in hotels, so that the inside of the rooms—which were often grubby or unkempt—were not visible to potential customers. The color of curtains varied, though deep blue curtains were in existence on the planet Belazura. There was a certain type of curtains which were transparent during the day but opaque after dark. On the planet Ambria, Caleb used a thin curtain to cover over his front door.
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