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front door

A regional term of art referring to the usual portal (e.g., A&E) through which a patient with an acute illness enters hospital in the UK and becomes an inpatient.
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If, however, there is an area within the curtilage that is implicitly open to the public, such as a walkway to the front door, then it would not be considered a search if the police exercised the same freedom to walk on the curtilage as is implicitly granted to the public.
The boldest change was replacing the hardwood floor at the front door with a thin slab of colored concrete.
The suspects smashed a front window, according to witnesses, who described flames engulfing a stone front step and A crude petrol was thrown front door of smoke billowing from an upstairs window.
A short time later a smash was heard coming from outside the front door.
A plastic dust sheet for your porch or hall - if someone opens your back door while the front door is open, you'll pull a dust cloud through the house.
"With your front door, you have more freedom to express yourself, perhaps picking a colour you George Clarke wouldn't normally choose for your interior.
There are specific requirements that homebuyers must meet to qualify for a home mortgage and the First Front Door grant.
Tender for supplying of Supplying of following spare parts/ Carry out job works ,Repairing of vehicle Regn NO JK 01 P-2125 Eicher 10.75 model-2010 of this unit HQ/29 BN CRPF Rwalpora Srinagar, Kashmir - Had light Assy, Indicater assy, Wiper blade with Arms, Wiper motor with linkage, Wiper wheel box with nozzle, Front wind screen glass, Front Grill Plastic, Front Door Glass, Door Glass regulator Handle, etc.
A MAN was hit by a chest-high wall of water when he opened his front door.
MARC O'SE insists Kerry want to go through the front door - and hold on to the Munster crown they wrestled back last year.
A RESIDENT had to be rescued from a home after the front door was torched.
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