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screen door

A lightweight exterior door consisting of solid wood or aluminum stiles and rails that serve as a framework for small-mesh wire screening; permits ventilation but excludes insects.
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Patching--Even when worn out, an old screen door can still provide usable material to repair holes in other screens.
I swear he was acting like Hannibal Lecter; he was crazy." When Murphy tried to break through the screen door, Oeser slammed the other door and began yelling, "Go away, please leave."
You don't have to be a pro to hang a screen door, but it can be tricky.
Prosecutors say an 85-year-old woman and her daughter, who is over 60, were sitting in the family room when Salgado appeared at their unlocked screen door. He entered the home brandishing a butcher knife while repeating "they are going to kill me," authorities said.
New solid boarded entrance door with screen door. New solid boarded door to former battlements with new bronze glazed section behind Earth/lime rammed 'T' shaped dividing wall to bed/en-suite/entrance lobby.
Many of us will have used fly spray, swatters, sticky fly paper and a ribbon screen door - but there's one little-known trick that could do away with all the other methods.
The porch is a cement slab outside the screen door. From here I see the garden full of cornstalks, rustling with secrets of soil and change.
G2 Corporation, doing business as Screen Tight, violated federal law by subjecting a female worker in the Patio Screen Door Fabrication warehouse in Corsicana, Texas, to unwelcome physical and verbal sexual harassment at the hands of her production manager and another high-level corporate officer, the U.S.
The girl, a Grade 4 student, was taken to Capitol Medical Center after a shrapnel pierced their screen door and hit her right knee.
I use pegged mortise-and-tenons and stock at least 7/8-inch, but preferably 1 inch thick to make a durable screen door that looks nice and holds up over time.
After about an hour, Mama would open the screen door and yell "Supper!"