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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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Doorstep sales currently account for around three per cent of the total 5.
The CEO said teams have also be set up to monitor the camps daily as Punjab government is committed to provide best health care facilities to the residents at their doorstep.
With this rebrand, Valet Living will be expanding well-beyond doorstep collection to deliver on its vision as a nationally recognized full-service amenities provider, enhancing life for both residents and property managers.
Protecting the community from crime associated with doorstep selling is the aim of the initiative.
Rebecca Finch, of West Yorkshire Trading Standards, told the meeting that doorstep crime was part of the authority's Project SAFER - The Key to SAFER Communities.
Khan was snared as part of a police crackdown on doorstep crime.
Caerphilly council is urging residents to be aware of doorstep scammers circulating in the area.
At least two Winnipeggers are concerned with how Canada Post delivers packages, with one woman saying her holiday order was left on her front porch and another saying her parcel disappeared sometime after it arrived on her doorstep.
Trading Standards says it has received almost 100 complaints about doorstep criminals in the last 18 months.
Ringtons also operates a doorstep delivery service in the Midlands whereby customers are able to buy tea, coffee, edibles and seasonal specials from Salespeople on a fortnightly or monthly basis.
38 million of National Lottery funding committed to the programme, Sport 4 Life is one of 307 Doorstep Sport Clubs that will be established by the summer.
THE mum of a baby abandoned on a Midland doorstep has still not been found a week after the tot was dumped.