service hatch

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An opening, equipped with an openable cover, in a roof or floor of a building for passage of people or goods from one level to another or for ventilation.
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Groups and volunteers from all over Wrexham came to lend a hand over the two weeks of the project at Pentre Gwyn, which has seen the centre receive a brand new kitchen with high quality units, fittings and service hatch, a new front entrance door, and new toilets.
Mark, from Drumalee estate, off the North Circular Road, had parked his car near the service hatch at the garage shop and walked over to buy the cigarettes.
Water Duut up ana cascaded down a service hatch and down the hall's stairwells on to carpets, through the ceiling and even poured out of the electrics.
Seconds later, an accomplice climbed through the service hatch with a long-handled knife and, as the cashier backed away, demanded keys to the safe.
Behind the service counters is the food preparation area with a service hatch to the kitchen.