what's it called?

when the pitch of a shed roof that an exterior wall with a window in it, and window sill is lower than the line of the roof where it meets the wall, a cutout is made in the roof to allow for the window and roof to coexist peacfully. what is the term for this?
ive drawn a picture of what im trying to convey. it can be viewed here: http://tinyurl.com/2yydsr
thanks very much.
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julius wrote:

Window Pocket Window Recess Window Swale (like the window? Yes! It's swale!) Window Watershed New England Notch (historically appearing first in those environs)
Fenestration Indentation (specify roof or wall) Roof Cleft View Valley View Void Bum Furrow
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It's called a window well. The sides need to be flashed at the very least, as does the pan at the bottom, usually with metal roofing and an ample supply of ice & water shield. I hope this helps.
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That's an inset dormer.
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julius wrote:

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