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Barn doors

Adjustable hinged panels mounted on the rim of a lighting fixture to direct the beam of light; usually consisting of four panels.
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If you have a swing door between your dining room and kitchen, consider a barn door instead.
You can't just slap on a barn door on, or in, any old home and automatically, and dramatically, increase its value.
One commenter suggested the stories of the crucifixions emanated from an "exaggeration and that artillery fire was responsible for the body of a soldier appearing to be nailed to a barn door.
Following a burglary 12 years ago, Ms Hemsley's family installed security lights and a burglar alarm as well as a metal panel on the barn door.
Ever since that night Aunt Emmy left the plantation me and Barn Door been achin to follow.
The so-called striker couldn't hit a barn door with a shotgun when he was in the Hoops but amazingly turned back into a footballer with Marseille where he received regular injections.
Roxholme Girl is done no favours when Pacey Macey moves lef t after the lids rise, and that's lef Westmead Aoifa with a barn door to run through out wide.
As a young child, I was very fearful but I reached up and brushed it off, whereupon it flew to the concrete step that led to the barn door.
So if the large group in the living room gets a little rowdy, simply pull a barn door closed for an instant cocoon.
SOME police marksmen are such poor shots they can't hit a barn door, a former instructor claims.
Better late than never; but don't shut the barn door after the horse is gone.
These rules, while welcome, are like partially closing the barn door after the Mad Cows got out.