The vagrants mark may be seen in Havant, on corners of streets, on door-posts, on house-steps.
Three men dressed like navvies were leaning against the door-posts.
With a piece of fishing-line, she took the width of the cabin, and then the height up to the rafters for the door-posts.
Moses told them to smear their door-posts with the blood of a lamb.
This should be burned with horse-litter, and afterwards rubbed upon the door-posts.
The countess leaned against the door-posts, as if about to faint.
The door-posts and balconies of the houses were wreathed with flowers, the designs in many cases being very pretty.
I can scarcely bear it; my hands clutch the door-posts convulsively.
They have been known even to gnaw the door-posts of the houses.
For a long time, all sorts of imprints of bloody hands were visible on the door-posts.
The Jews were commanded to write the divine name on the posts (mezuzoth') of their doors (Deut. 6:9). The Jews, misunderstanding this injunction, adopted the custom of writing on a slip of parchment these verses (Deut. 6:4-9, and 11:13-21), which they enclosed in a reed or cylinder and fixed on the right-hand door-post of every room in the house.