- From door + knock. (Wiktionary)
“Launching the challenge last Friday, committee member Andrew Kent said the doorknock was a chance for the next generation to gain a valuable insight into the diverse nature of the Orange community and learn about the value of donating to charity and volunteering.”
“From collecting for the blind and various charities in their doorknock campaigns in my childhood, to years spent as a telephone counsellor.”
“I willvisit Ipswich to doorknock there and speak with local residents, and in the evening I travel to Beccles in Waveney District to address a public meeting, at whichI will be speaking about whatI havelearnt over the last 10 days.”
“We didn; t doorknock today due to the weather but I spoke to quite a lot of people who really liked what we were saying in the leaflet.”
“During the flood emergency, authorities were forced to doorknock high-risk residents in the rural centre of Sale as the swollen Thomson, Macalister and Latrobe rivers from Bairnsdale converged.”
“Soldiers joined police yesterday in a doorknock to deliver mandatory evacuation orders to the most vulnerable residents in coastal communities between Cairns and Townsville.”
“A doorknock is underway of businesses and homes in the area and police have cordoned off drains that run under Walker Street.”
“In the past the doorknock has aimed to raise about $150,000.”
“A doorknock is underway of businesses and homes in the area and police have cordoned off drains that run under Walker St. St.rt of sidebar.”
“Ms Kelly said 1000 staff also would give up their time to support the appeal's doorknock.”
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