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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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Some teachers saw outdoor education as an avenue to teach in the out-of-doors for how to be outof-doors.
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.
Almost all the portraits depict children full-length and out-of-doors, illustrating parallels between raising children by the new method and taming nature, as one might in an English garden.
Women respond to the aroma of flowers, men respond to the odors of the out-of-doors, to leather and fresh scents.
Everything you could possibly need for a range of fresh-air activities could be found at this gathering - a sporting event for the entire family in the real out-of-doors, delightfully situated in 60 beautiful acres of woods and water.
It became impossible for him to set foot out-of-doors in New York for lunch or shopping.
Some people decide the goal is to get to the top of the mountain, or whatever," Henderson said, "and the goal really should just be get out there and enjoy the out-of-doors.
I had never made a truly serious study of the subject but had spent enough time out-of-doors to gradually presume myself a master of nature lore.
It's the memories of the hunts; the savvy gleaned; the deep-rooted values that a life spent out-of-doors has brought me, that means much more to me than the pile of antlers that are collecting dust in my attic.