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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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To the first floor is the large landing, having French doors and a Juliet balcony.
The master bedroom has French doors onto a Juliette balcony, an ensuite and dressing room.
The kitchen/breakfast room has French doors to outside, granite work surfaces, a range oven, space for an American fridge/freezer and a collection of integrated appliances including a microwave, coffee machine and dishwasher.
There are two attractive double bedrooms, both with en suite bathrooms and one has built-in wardrobes and French doors.
The family room is open plan to the breakfast kitchen - and there are more French doors in here too.
The master suite includes a well-proportioned bedroom which has French doors to the balcony, his and hers dressing rooms and a luxurious en-suite bathroom with a spa bath and walk-in double shower.
The sitting room boasts a marble fireplace, cream deep pile carpet and French doors while the dining room features a large bay window, solid walnut floor and a bar area.
He agreed that French door is currently the fastest-growing refrigerator segment, which he said is replacing the narrower side-by-side configurations.
Opera's belated first staging of this opera -- is a muddle of metaphors and symbols, of which the French doors just happen to be the most obvious and omnipresent.
The 19ft dining hall, with a vaulted ceiling, has French doors onto the rear courtyard.
The rear sitting room has a bay window and more French doors to the garden.
Interior French doors lead in to the kitchen from the garage.