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door

the movable barrier, usually hinged, that closes a passageway normally used for entering and leaving an enclosure.

dog/cat door
usually consists of a hinged flap covering an opening just large enough for the animal to pass through, within an existing window or door. Intended for use of the animal at will, but excluding larger intruders.
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In my opinion the attack on the doorman is a clear-cut case of wounding, as can be seen in the picture.
The Karel Doorman is expected to depart for the Caribbean on Wednesday 20 September and arrive there approximately two weeks later.
Violence was out of character for him but it meant he could no longer work as a doorman.
The service is complimentary for all residents of Virtual Doorman Silver and Gold Level Buildings.
Just over a year ago, the Dutch government considered mothballing the newly built Karl Doorman before it could be made operational, as a cost-cutting measure.
With one click, residents can also contact building managers from the app, order key fobs and even contact Virtual Doorman directly to schedule a range of "Red Hat" concierge services provided exclusively by Abigail Michaels Concierge.
Witnesses and CCTV evidence from the scene all identified Birch, of Inkerman Street, Wolverhampton, as being involved in the altercation with the doorman who was seen to collapse in a pool of blood.
The supervisor led him away but Faulds said he knew where the doorman lived and made threats against the doorman's family.
Fellow doorman Marvin Campbell, who witnessed the disturbance, described Mr Jopling as "a nice man, funny, calm, collected and good at his job".
Bouncers Joe Gower and Geraint Clarke resigned from Guard Pro after the programme was aired, while another featured doorman, Jamie Yarnold, finished last November.
I have always been inspired by international design-takes for hotel doorman uniforms and so have used this interest to create a refreshed, couture take on what is such a classic, traditional bowler hat shape," explained Justin Smith, milliner and 'J Smith Esquire' owner and founder.
Williams had pleaded guilty to assaulting a doorman at Cardiff's Revolution club in July.