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entryway

An entrance passage. Also see entry.
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From a dramatic eight-foot arched entryway or a classic, wood-grained door with handcrafted glass, Therma-Tru has thousands of design options, doorlites, sidelites and transoms that will transform your home.
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.
The new entryway will greatly enhance the passenger appeal and create a strong first impression," said Doug Ackerman, engineering interior team leader for the 747-8.
EcoPath Sustainable Entryway Systems are manufactured by Accucut, a division of Engineered Conversion Systems.
He also said a grand entryway eventually will be added beyond the outfield pavilions that will serve the entire stadium, a project that probably won't begin until after the 2006 season because it requires extensive planning.
One large table-skirting sculpture, The girlfriend picked the colors (all works 2002), had been installed in the gallery's entryway, a marginal space rarely used for exhibitions.
The City Council on Monday rejected a 75-unit condominium project planned for Simi Valley's east entryway at ``Happy Face'' hill.
EcoPath(TM) Sustainable Entryway Systems are backed with BioGrip,(TM) natural rubber and a 100% post-consumer recycled secondary backing and EnviroCel(TM) containing recycled, recovered and renewable materials that are 60 to 70% green by weight.
The east recreation area is accessible from a recently widened and landscaped entryway at Searl Parkway and Domenigoni Parkway.
Keep in mind that there are several viewpoints to your entryway so pay attention to how the landscape will look from the street as well as the inside of the house.