doorjamb


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doorjamb, doorcheek, doorpost

The vertical member on each side of a door.
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It also has gold Ramatanka charm, Tantric yantra, bell with bull finial, Hindu temple doorjamb, carved and painted figure of Vishnu riding Garuda, copper plate with ten-armed figure of the Shiva, painting of king worshipping Krishna, etc.
You transferred the call and leaned on Glen's doorjamb while he said "Sure," "Yep, okay," and "Yes sir, I'll take care of it.
Where pain strikes: Neck, shoulders, or back The problem: Tight pec muscles Fix it: Try a simple doorway stretch: Place your arm against a doorjamb forming an L, your elbow bent 90 degrees.
Conversely, Yu features a sequence in which we see the closed door of Darger's apartment from the outer hallway, with the camera gradually closing in but never quite shutting out the space around it (the doorjamb and hallway walls).
HER FRIEND BRIDGET says the market for exotics crumbled with the Berlin Wall, so the hippo hunter's runaway daughter leans like an American against the doorjamb of a red light house in Nuremberg.
Rather than mounting the seal on the doorjamb, the impactable door seal is on the door panel and protected within the rugged V-Groove guide track.
When I went to the bathroom, I opened the door to find him leaning against the doorjamb.
At Rio Norte Junior High, the glass of the gymnasium door was shattered and damage was done to the doorjamb of the student store.
Zenith is right in pointing out that the image of the doorjamb seems to evoke Austria's subservience towards the German Kaiser, Selected Prose, p.
However, she took photos of the hairline cracks around a doorjamb, along the foundation and in the garage floor.