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  • n. The main entrance to a building or house, normally fronts onto a street
  • n. The normal portal page to a website.
  • n. The path of a pitch which starts inside and then slides over the plate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. the door in the front wall of a building, usually the principal entrance.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. exterior door (at the entrance) at the front of a building

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  • Drat. You coulda been a contender.

    November 9, 2007

  • Alas, the film crew was quite proficient at shooing me out of the way. :-P

    November 9, 2007

  • Impressive. Think we'll see a little piece of uselessness in one of the frames? Say, an elbow?

    November 9, 2007

  • Haha, yes, that's like a D-list celebrity... no wait, probably more like Y or Z. Actually, I don't think there are enough letters in the alphabet to identify the list I'm on. ;-)

    And yes, a large portion of the movie Sushine Cleaning is filmed on the block I live on, and they shot the final scene of the movie in my front door yesterday. So if you see the film, try not to get all stalkerish when you've identified the famed home of uselessness.

    November 9, 2007

  • I, however, have yet to be discovered.

    But, U, you're a celebrity on Wordie*! What more could anybody want?

    *: suggested coinage - a bywordie

    November 8, 2007

  • Really? They're filming at your place?

    November 8, 2007

  • Yesterday Alan Arkin and Amy Adams walked through mine. It's famous now. I, however, have yet to be discovered.

    November 8, 2007

  • I'm not sure what you are referring to.

    November 8, 2007

  • I thought it was called home page

    November 8, 2007