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entryway

An entrance passage. Also see entry.
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Here are decor suggestions from Yokota to help elevate your entryway style.
After the customers design approval, Duncan Aviations Fabrication Team stepped into action and created the unique airstair and entryway.
Our Home Valuation Study proved that an enhanced entryway improves the perceived home value by up to 6 percent.
The sign above the Hollywood entryway is positioned to make it one of the most photographed objects on Earth.
invasion of Iraq (four of those focused on President Bush's "Bring 'em on" comment and the rest on allegations that the administration misrepresented intelligence reports to justify an invasion), and six on the absence of an entryway ramp in the design for the new federal courthouse.
A national survey conducted by NFO Worldwide recently found that an enhanced entryway can add up to 6% to a home's perceived value.
MARION -- The streamlining of the entryway into City Hall was approved on Monday night in a unanimous vote by the Marion City Council.
Establishes design standards for town-wide entryway monumentation and landscaping, wayfinding and parks signage that is reflective of Trophy Club%s identity and culture.
A striking two-story glass atrium entryway leads to an exquisite lobby featuring Oro Toscano marble floors with walls of matched grain Mozambique wood.
After negotiating the tortuous entryway, one finally reached the large gallery space, the center of which was dominated by a gigantic installation made out of Perino & Vele's characteristic materials.
During the remodel of a 1960s ranch-style house in Texas, architect Dave Fazio used the entryway to introduce the contemporary rectangular theme that runs throughout the house.
The National Home Valuation Study--an independent study of approximately 2,400 recent homebuyers--found that an enhanced entryway can add up to 6 percent to a home's perceived value.