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Dutch door

Dutch door: exterior elevation, interior elevation
A door consisting of two separate leaves, one above the other; the leaves may operate independently or together.
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Their friend opened the stable doors to free the animals.
Coleen broke two fingers on her right hand when the horse reared and trapped it against a stable door lock.
It also has a built-in oven and hob, and a stable door to the rear garden.
The row over Iorworth Hoare's pounds 7m lottery win seems to me not unlike shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted.
The ground-floor accommodation comprises an entrance lobby with stairs to the first-floor landing, a spacious lounge and a cottage-style kitchen with a stable door leading out to the rear patio.
Examples of composite doors are shown on the right in black and grey, along with a white stable door, above.
There is also a Velux roof light to the rear and part glazed stable door to the utility room The utility is equal to the garage in length and has plumbing for an automatic washing machine and ample space for a dryer and freezers.
Coleen broke two fingers on her right hand when a horse reared and trapped her fingers against a stable door lock.
The president has run out of the stable door a long time ago.
A fitted kitchen has a stable door to the front of the property, there is a separate utility room and a cloakroom.
When this started to happen, that was the time for Labour councillors to start shouting about it - not closing the stable door when the horse has bolted.