day gate

day gate

In a bank, an interior grille door to a safe-deposit vault; used when the main vault door is open.
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On the day gate prices are PS39 for adults (PS36 last year), PS29 for four to 11-year-olds (PS27 last year) and PS27 for grandees (60+), disabled visitors and their carers (same as last year).
The previous high was a 32,277 bumper Boxing Day gate for the 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
August 14-17, $10 a day gate fee or $25 for a weekend pass, 1 mile west on M-37.
The game against champions-elect Wolves on Saturday week is expected to top the 4,905 Boxing Day gate against Peterborough with the visitors' maximum of 2,600 tickets already sold out.
Saturday's derby day gate of 38,388 - almost 7,000 down on the same fixture last season - was the first hint that it may take more than marquee signings to tempt the people of Sunderland through the turnstiles as the chill winds of a recession begin to bite.
uk costs pounds 78 for a family of four, pounds 8 cheaper than the day gate price of pounds 86.
Consider Wembley, where the appearance of 'The Three Tenors' was confused with their profit for the year, or Catford, where a bumper Boxing Day gate was vital to putting them in the black.
The Turkey Day gate isn't going to make or break the Auburn athletic department.
A season-high attendance of 16,403 swelled the Boxing Day gate - well above the 13,000 figure which owner Sam Hammam says the club need to break even.
Well, about a year later I found out from the executive day gate watchman that one of the VPs used to frequently come back from lunch loaded to the gills.
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