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entryway

An entrance passage. Also see entry.
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As part of an extensive capital improvement effort, Kushner Companies re-paved the front driveway and repainted the lobby entryway and other common interior spaces, including the hallways and elevator.
Abu Dhabi: Motorists can now use a new 800-metre entryway to access the Khalifa City suburb, located near Al Raha Beach, the Department of Urban Planning and Municipalities announced on Sunday.
Providing the right flooring solutions in your entryway is vital because it facilitates the transition from outside the building to the inside, which becomes even more critical when weather is a factor.
gnawing at the heart's hole-- that entryway, that mother price?
Police said they found Andrew Morales outside, kneeling over his brother's body in the entryway of the home when they arrived.
You might recall such an entryway was planned, built but never opened at the west Little Rock retail center.
International Resource News-September 15, 2011--Kennecott Eagle Minerals Company receives approval to build underground entryway to mine(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.
This manual provides guidance for homeowners on installing, replacing, and maintaining different types of windows and doors, such as egress and bay windows, garage and patio doors, replacement windows, and brick entryway pillars.
The capital improvement program includes a dramatic new entryway and two-story lobby, an entirely new roof, HVAC systems, upgraded window systems, tenant lobbies and common areas, as well as extensive site work and landscaping.
It's always a very big push to the finish line,'' Green said under the entryway to the new flagship Nordstrom.
When Yukiko stands in the entryway of Tomioka's house back in Tokyo, the flute-and-drum music associated with the exotic happy memories of Dalat ceases.
It makes sense to focus attention on the recreation areas, the swimming pool, the entryway, etc.