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entryway

An entrance passage. Also see entry.
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Why and how does an entranceway enhance a building?
It was further noted that the majority of those with hockey equipment entered from the east entranceway to access the change rooms located on the lower level.
Ankle-high water from the Chao Phraya river spilled through one sandbagged entranceway of Bangkok's treasured Grand Palace, which once housed the kingdom's monarchy.
The new restaurant is located in the North Terminal and features an arched, stadium-like entranceway.
M53, JUNCTION 10 Off peak lane closures at junction 10 while work to improve the entranceway into Cheshire Oaks takes place.
It may be miniaturized over a dormer window or entranceway.
Hehascreatedagardenstudiodesignedfor stained glass making and it has a covered entranceway, making it perfect for British summers
Elegant floral arrangements of Queen Anne's Lace, cream roses, and blue hydrangeas adorned the church entranceway, altar, and pew markers.
The cash will be invested in making the block more accessible, including improvements to the entranceway.
The three most important things are lack of parking, the entranceway in and out of the Circle, and way-finding.
Improvements to the entranceway to the Brick Ponds site are also planned, as well as the construction of a dipping platform at the smaller pond, to be used by local school pupils as part of their education.
The stage was set with an effective backdrop of a hanging blue triangle to represent a window or a wall, and a huge yellow circle to define the entranceway staircase.