If you deal in camels, make the doors high.
The reaction was totally unhelpful for a pragmatic response. Let's keep the doors open. No one should slam doors shut.
We're getting ready to open the doors for the kids. We'll have a number of new hires this year, 31 people to be exact. And among them will be six new staff members. So on [the staff's] opening day, it will take a little bit longer than usual to make all the introductions.
Matthew has opened the doors to a wider audience for ballet.
Here you have a unique situation where children are literally showing up at the doors of sex offenders.
If we close the doors of the store, we lose our homes. We?re really between a rock and a hard place.
From what I've been told, they were stolen over graduation weekend and the doors were wide open.
We're keeping the doors open, for new generations to build memories.
We have scraped together the $9,500 to keep the doors open until March 31. We need a miracle to save our domestic violence program, and in turn, save women and children.
At 1:30 in the morning, here come these crazy volunteers from Virginia, pounding on the doors.
Affirmative action is an effort to develop a systematic approach to open the doors of education, employment and business development opportunities to qualified individuals who happen to be members of groups that have experienced long-standing and per.
We were stuffing towels and rugs against the doors. We figured there'd be 3 or 4 inches of water, but it just kept on rising.
Raleigh is a great banking market, and we are pleased to open the doors to our first financial center in Raleigh. As we continue to evaluate additional opportunities for growth, we look forward to expanding the First Charter franchise further in the Raleigh area.
It's blowing the doors off the stores. It's going to be one the biggest-selling weeks for PC gaming that we've seen.
He opened the doors for a lot of African American coaches, and that means a lot more than wins and losses. He's made much more contributions to the game.
People counters at the Community Center recorded one million that came through the doors last fiscal year; obviously, not all of them were different. There were 650,000 the year before.
We have a problem right now with people blocking the doors when people are trying get in and really slows everybody down.
Is it risk free? No. But if we had teachers banging down the doors, crowding our hallways, I think we would have the luxury of saying, 'You will never teach again.' But we aren't in that kind of situation.
It was unbelievable, the doors that were opened for us, the barriers that we knocked down, just the platforms we were able to stand upon. We literally lit up little kids lives. We made things happen and we didn't really understand. We were just doing what we loved to do. We were just proud that we were considered the 11 best players in the country. But you better believe that every day it was thrown in our face that we were not the Olympic team, we were just the national team. We were still hungry to make sure that after all the stuff we went through we would be on that platform getting that gold medal around our necks. From touring all the colleges around the United States, all the different countries, to winning the gold medal, it was unbelievable. You can't put it into words. When people ask me to put my experience into one word, I'm speechless. And I never let the cat get my tongue! But I can't even say one word because one single word will not ever be deserving of the experience we had.
The doors are always open here for a lot of community groups.
I have had to open the doors (to) others for their help and support, because my priority right now is to take care of them (the children) emotionally and to see they are getting their education. My wife was passionate about the children's education.
I did everything I could, gave it my all, but I wasn't able to 'do the doors' this time like I did the first five elections, and that was the big difference. I wasn't surprised I lost, simply because I wasn't able to do the doors.
The doors we open and close each day decide the lives we live.
My dad was a local boy who made good and opened the doors of the city to create a power base that reflected all the citizens of the city - Mexicans, Chinese, blacks and gays, ... They never held office and my dad was elected by those people and gave them a voice. He said we must fight for the rights of people who can't fight for themselves. That is the role of a democracy. That's what my dad did. He succeeded because of it, and he died for it.
There are no leaks in the hangars and the doors are sandbagged. The Pluto spacecraft is doing fine.