• She was meant to drop him at his apartment, but when she drew up at the entrance she opened the car door at her side, as he did his, and went to him in the street.

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  • The burgundy door was at the entrance to a studio in the Kensington area of the city where the band, then known as The Quarrymen, did their first professional recording session.

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  • Like many Moscow apartments, it did not look much from the outside - a heavy, grey-steel security door, a scruffy communal entrance hall, a grand old staircase with a cast-iron banister spoiled by multiple layers of shiny, off-blue institutional paint.

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  • He was caught on school surveillance cameras, the sheriff said, using a side entrance instead of the school's main door and "appearing nervous" as he tried to conceal the shotgun when he entered the school.


  • Nevertheless, I kept an open mind, found the entrance to the plant and entered through a rickety door.

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  • This means we huddled on the floor against the wall on which the classroom entrance is located (it makes us less visible targets) with the door locked and our lights off.

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  • The entrance to White's own office is a glass and wood dentist's door, etched with the "John White the Third".

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  • Why, he was asked Tuesday by one MP, did he go in the back entrance to see David Cameron days after his election as prime minister rather than the front door, like heads of state?

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  • Signs posted outside the door of the club described it as a "weapon-free zone" and said the entrance of couples, unaccompanied women or anyone under 30 is forbidden.

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