Blind door | Article about blind door by The Free Dictionary
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The representation of a door, inserted to complete a series of doors, or to give the appearance of symmetry. See also: Door
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2. A louvered door
false door, blind door
The representation of a door, inserted to complete a series of doors or to give symmetry; a blank door
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These blocks hold the rear of the blind doors
above his shoulders and provide bases for the pivot points.
"COVER UP GUYS, WE'VE GOT geese!" As the blind doors
slammed closed, all eyes turned toward the sound of clucks and moans beyond the dam of the small pond we were hunting.
As the dark shapes draw nearer, I close the blind doors
, check the gun and watch as the group approaches ...
A few turns of the screwdriver are required for first-time assembly, slide in four pins to hold the blind doors
and you're ready.
"Geese!" I whispered loudly as we closed the blind doors