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entryway

An entrance passage. Also see entry.
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The app is designed to detect a vast range of business systems, hardware and physical entryways as users approach.
Strickland felt that before the door renovation the Middleton's entryway lacked a warm, inviting feel.
The Smallest of Entryways is a collection of short stories written over a twelve-year span, including veiled references to both the well-known and not-well-known parts of her family, revealing what she has said is the "unintended theme of addiction," and "varied characters' mind frames as they stand on the verge of change and self-realization.
Manufacturers offer a wide array of choices for entryways incorporating decorative glass doorlites, sidelites and transoms.
EcoPath(TM) sustainable entryway systems come with an EnviroCel(TM) polyurethane backing.
PHOTO The controversial development of Borchard Road, one of the main entryways to the Dos Vientos development, is one of 1998's top stories.
Amenities will include three gated entryways, two lakes, two riding rings and landscaped roundabouts throughout the development.
The $3,000,000 renovation included a new facade and windows, beautiful entryways with glass canopies, signage, lighted parking areas, landscaping, and remodeled public corridors.
About 13 miles from Hilton Head, condominium units at The Estate include ceramic-tile entryways, walk-in closets and a private patio or balcony with select units featuring a fireplace or lake vistas.
Gated entryways and walls around houses do not foster interaction.
Used in bathrooms, kitchens, entryways and basements, Nuheat is a radiant heating system for ceramic tile, natural stone, laminate and engineered wood floors that works like an electric blanket.
Among the details he plans are using the magnificent basement vault doors as entryways and changing the elevator configurations.