Egyptian door

Egyptian door

A door whose frame is narrower at the top than at the bottom, with door-jambs that are inclined inward at their tops with respect to the vertical.
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Gasim said that Egypt needs wheat from Sudan and Sudan needs Egyptian expertise, competencies and capital; so that cooperation between the two countries is a must to boost forward the industrial sector in Sudan, pointing out that there are many industries either out of work or semi out of work, stressing importance of opening Egyptian doors before Sudanese goods, particularly meat .
The 19th-century Egyptian doors that lead from the entry hall to the new family room wing were found at Sarasota Architectural Salvage.

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