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a door of wood or light metal set in a nonwatertight bulkhead.
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A scholar without going outside his door can know all the affairs of the world.
Good news about someone never gets past the door, but bad news will travel a thousand leagues away.
Each person sweeps the snow before his own door, and never minds the frost on another family's roof.
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