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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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Voice low -- / To talk about the out-of-doors, fresh air -/ Just loud enough to bring some sunlight in.
Less and less time is spent in the out-of-doors exploring, interacting, or even observing the natural world (Frost, Brown, Sutterby, & Thornton, 2004).
One notices, first, how Stone's Montreal is almost entirely out-of-doors, as if in acknowledgment of the constraints placed upon gay men who wished to congregate in residential or commercial venues.
In crafting this 296-page compendium, Wilson draws upon original documents and historical images from diverse archives of Roosevelt papers ranging from Harvard University and the Library of Congress to the Sagamore Hill National Historic Site and the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace Historic Site to chronicle and document an extraordinary man whose influence and ideals continue to influence our perception the great out-of-doors and all it has to offer by way of appreciation and responsibility for the adventurous of heart.
95 on rhubarb RHUBARB Timperley Early is the best variety for early out-of-doors cropping.
For those of us who thrive on kicking around out-of-doors, especially in the Southwest, there are a number of issues that demand attention and caution.
Out-of-doors and free-of-charge, the Street Festival is designed to transform the atmosphere in city where - as new immigrants discover with some bemusement or bewilderment - most people know the names of only a few major thoroughfares.
Many young men and women, given a little advice and encouragement, could enjoy pleasant and profitable hours in rewarding out-of-doors activity in the friendly company of fellow fruit, flower and vegetable growers.
To conform to tribal sensibilities, they placed most of the hospital's facilities out-of-doors, beneath the trees.
Clearly Burton associated such free-and-easy attitudes with heat and sunshine, with life out-of-doors and bodies less constricted by clothing.
The biggest thing I can see is the fact that with a minimum amount of education (two years) you can obtain a career that does not require working out-of-doors, or lifting heavy things; like I did in my previous occupation as a slot mechanic.