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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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The source commented further that with this move of the health department no control over the dengue virus would be feasible, as door-to-door operation has suffered from lack of staff.
On several occasions I've told door-to-door salesman that I'm unable to proceed due to the fact that my dog has just died.
Last year, St John raised more than pounds 20,000 with their door-to-door campaign.
With door-to-door service, we can use our containers and chassis more efficiently," said Angoco.
Firms now find door-to-door collection and selling too expensive and the law on industrial branch policies has also changed, allowing firms to drop the collections.
Use of the Door-to-Door Service has increased steadily since it was unveiled last March as more Massachusetts agents and policyholders have become aware of it, said Bill Kelleher, claims manager at Plymouth Rock.
Village of Stratton, a lawsuit challenging a three-year-old ordinance that requires individuals who wish to engage in door-to-door solicitation or religious proselytizing to register with the city government and fill out a form giving detailed information about their activities.
PowerTrack [TM] enables asset visibility and shipment control by using one contract carrier for the door-to-door transportation.
The NavTech Database is an extensive and precise digital representation of the road network that provides the depth, accuracy and coverage needed to enable turn-by-turn, door-to-door route guidance.
Ten years data on mail order market sales trends, broken down between agency, direct and door-to-door segments, including 2006.
This contract is for collecting door-to-door household and similar waste in the territory of the COBAN Atlantic, consists of the following 8 communes: Andernos-les-Bains, Ares, Audenge, Biganos, Lanton, Lege- Cap-Ferret, Marcheprime and Mios.
Worried pensioners in Jarrow and Hebburn, South Tyneside, alerted police, after being approached by the group selling photocopied artwork at inflated prices door-to-door.