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- n. an entrance intended for the use of servants or for delivery of goods and removal of refuse
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The boy from Fishborn's Market had delivered the chops that morning at the service door of the apartment.
From an unobtrusive service door not dissimilar to its Whitehall equivalent we proceeded along a soot-stained corridor festooned with overhead cables to a defunct boiler room turned audio centre.
After LaBrea there was nobody on them, but it took me till three-thirty to find the service door to the shut-off section and past five to get it open.
I crawled across towards Mollie, and as I went I saw Norman wriggle out through the service door into the kitchen quarters, and I saw Stenning creeping forward by the wall towards the broken window.