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barn door

A diagnosis (a ‘barn door diagnosis’, e.g. a ‘barn door AML’) that is very obvious.
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Arizonan barn doors aside, some of these features do have regional roots.
CUTLINE: (1) David Proulex hammers a heated door hook into a predrilled hole as a group of volunteers hangs new barn doors, part of the restoration project.
Some of his works are bold, colourful and the size of barn doors.
Sliding barn doors on the north side of the terrace extend the outdoor living season from spring to fall.
The same methane locked up in hydrates also comes out of the rear ends of cows and sheep, but the gas industry is not bursting down barn doors to collect the flatus of farm animals.
The original Little House books, besides being wonderful stories of pioneer life, are a veritable treasure house of practical hints and tips on everything from smoking meat to digging wells, from growing milk fed pumpkins to building barn doors without hardware.
The loud noise you her whenever an airplane is hijacked or an embassy attacked is the creak and clang of barn doors swinging shut after the horses have left.
Barn doors are also perfect to hide a media area, or even a flat-screen TV, should you wish to cover it when it is not in use.
The F8-200 ships with barn doors and yoke mount, and is available in tungsten (3200K) or daylight (5600K) versions.
W "ey managed to get one of the barn doors open and helped shoo the animals out.
Guests arriving at the newly refurbished barn were greeted by matching floral wreaths of zinnias, hydrangeas, and dahlias on the opened barn doors. Vintage wooden hanging carriage lanterns lighted the way into the corridor of the barn, where distressed shutter door mirrors and wicker wall baskets of autumn flowers arid foliage welcomed the guests.