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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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The doorknob hangers did not describe the property contributed and did not contain the required information;
When he took off, I grabbed the doorknob and mirror, but he continued driving.
However, after the computer equipment and doorknob were found in the pickup truck, Mr.
The person is automatically identified when they touch the doorknob or walk on the floor, and the transmission path is disconnected when the body and transceiver physically separate.
Michels suggests that copper, brass or bronze doorknobs and handles, push plates, countertops, sinks and other frequently touched hardware may help cut down on cross-contamination and the spread of infection.
The doorknob, which costs pounds 255 and runs off rechargeable batteries, is also able to keep a record of the last 1000 entries.
The Diamond Doorknob is a riveting read, which delves into issues of culture, relationships, gender and the search for meaningful lives.
She wore her halter and leash, and spent most days perched on a doorknob in the hall.
Either fill out the doorknob menu that some hotels have, or just call the night before and specify what time.
Sixty-four percent of the public mistakenly believes that a public restroom doorknob has more germs than an ATM, according to a telephone survey of 1000 people by Gojo Industries, Akron, OH.
They can hang on a cabinet hook or doorknob holding a small bouquet of flowers with a refreshing, just-out-of-the-garden style, or they can go formal in a beautiful velvet fabric with a gold cord hanger displaying a single stem on the back of a chair at an elegant formal dinner.
Tuck some pretty pastel chalk into a little handbag, and hang it on your doorknob for easy access.