exit door

exit door

A door that leads to an escape route to the exterior in case of fire; the door must carry an exit sign that conforms with the applicable code.
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Graham Dorrans is nearing the exit door at Rangers as he looks to be released from the final year of his contract, according to Sky Sports.
Family flowers only please, but donations, if desired, can be made at the chapel exit door in aid of The British Heart Foundation.
The troubling incident followed an argument and took place at an exit door at a pub in the Auchenlarie caravan park in March.
Emergency chute was deployed when a passenger mistakenly opens an emergency exit door thinking it's was toilet door at Manchester Airport on Friday.
ISLAMABAD -- A woman, aboard a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight, sparked panic on Saturday after she mistakenly opened the emergency exit door thinking it was the toilet.
IRISH Rugby's performance director David Nucifora will not be following Joe Schmidt out the exit door after the World Cup.
Wandering by accident through the exit door and half way up an aisle, I heard a security guard shouting after me.
Police commander Cristian Carrozza denied that the main exit door, where most of the concertgoers ranwas blocked
Some passengers shouted after they saw the man get up from his seat, walk toward the rear end and try to open the exit door. Flight attendants rushed toward him and managed to restrain him with the help of other passengers after a bit of wrestling.
They broke in though a rear fire exit door before making off with PS960 in cash as well as a StarWars AT-AT collectable toy.
Mr Fox argues it is EU "intransigence" which is pushing the UK towards the exit door of the EU without a deal.