doorplate


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doorplate

A plate on the exterior side of a door which gives the name of the occupant, apartment number, or the like.
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The goal of the research was to design some smart doorplates that are able to direct visitors to the current location of an office owner based on a location-tracking system and predict if the office owner is soon coming back.
kitchen faucets, knobs and doorplates and brass trim on lighting.
On the doorplates and posters twitters parakeet-style
James continued: "We W are one of the cheapest flooring companies on Merseyside and the only company to offer free fitting, free underlar y, free doorplates and free grippers or beading.
Wooden trim common on Ghia models gives way to the a same aluminum look and finish on dash, gearknob, steering wheel and doorplates.
It also supplies made to measure blinds (roller, vertical, venetian, pleated and panel) with a measuring and fitting service available, as well as all important accessories including rugs, door mats, matwell frames, doorplates and clear vinyl carpet protector.
Reservoir Corporate Centre currently is 69 percent leased, The building's doorplates are flexible, with accommodations from under 2,000 s/f to a full floors with over 33,000 s/f.
salesman PHOTOGRAPHER Unknown A street trader sells nameplates and doorplates from a portable wooden case that opens up to become a display stand in the boot of his car.
The interior has metallic-style trim on its dashboard and doorplates, a flat-bottomed R-Line leather-trimmed steering wheel, leather seats, a navigation system, a proximity key with push-button start and a Fender audio system.