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  • It was a rather strange restaurant, one of those places where you get the food from a half-door “counter”.

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  • Cormac followed Roz through the open entrance, and the first thing his eye fell upon was the half-door, torn from its hinges and lying in the middle of the kitchen.


  • That half-door is no ordinary door, oh no it's an ingenious stack of slats that lift out one by one as the logs dwindle, so the logs stay dry but you can still reach them.

    The Woodshed

  • A man, placed among the privileged spectators who were seated behind the court, had just risen, had pushed open the half-door which separated the tribunal from the audience, and was standing in the middle of the hall; the

    Les Miserables

  • She stood in her closet, patrons on the other side, and through the half-door, they'd order tap for cheap and tip her.

    She Used to Have Nails

  • Bark is a red villain and a wrathful, with a sanguine throat that looks very much as if it were expressly made for hanging, as he stretches it out, in pale defiance, over the half-door of his hutch.

    Reprinted Pieces

  • She spied the half-door of the coat-check room and without hesitation slipped inside.

    Dirty Little Lies

  • Marisela leaned out of the half-door and watched as the hostess attempted to hand Parker Manning a menu, which he waved away and immediately barked an order for a beer.

    Dirty Little Lies

  • She let herself out through the half-door again and shook her hair back, wishing she'd thought to bring something to tie it back this morning.

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  • She slid behind the counter and latched the half-door, then pressed her fingers over it.

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