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  • n. an exterior door at one side of a building


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  • There was no holding them; I saw Broadfoot grab Burnes and hustle him inside the house, and a moment later I was inside myself, slamming the side door in the face of a yelling Ghazi with a dozen of his fellows bounding at his heels.


  • Doc picked up a hypodermic syringe, filled it quickly with water to which a drop of another liquid added a brownish-yellow color, and forced his tired old legs into a reasonably rapid trot out of the side door and toward Communications.

    Science Fiction Hall of Fame

  • The side door to the Bio-Med plant suddenly swung open.

    Fatal Care

  • He nodded thanks to Inuva, handing her a two-way radio from the command chair, which she took out of earshot through the side door on to the deck wing.

    Crusader Gold

  • As soon as it had stopped, its forward side door was flung open from within and Big Ears and Lily—eager to see Doris and show her the Zeus Piece—dashed out of the plane and scampered down the airstairs.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  •     The side door led to a spiral stairway that corkscrewed through the once-living wood of the workshop.

    The Brothers' War

  • —Stretch, sitting in the side door of the stolen Black Hawk, holding a sniper rifle.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • As it flew low over the top of the speeding double-decker bus, along the rising-and-falling roadway on the north bank of the Seine, its side door slid open and drop ropes were flung from within it—and the French plan became clear.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • They found Poppys car down by the familys private dock with the drivers side door openand there was blood on the ground.

    Paradise Lost

  • They entered through a glass side door which had THE LUXON TIMEPIECE COLLECTIONpainted above it in copperplate script.



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