doorsteps of the inner city.
doorsteps of the other market towns.
High volumes of fast traffic lead to traffic hell on people's own doorsteps.
Union battlebus doorsteps BSkyB BECTU is offering advice and recruiting members at BSkyB's Osterley base.
long-drawn-out campaign on the doorsteps and streets.
phone masts appearing on constituents ' doorsteps has vividly brought home their lack of control over their local area.
Someone dumped him on the doorsteps of the local shelter, and when I came in to get a cat, I saw him and fell in love.
While there is no rule that street clothes can't be worn during caroling, that doesn't mean you shouldn't put some thought in your costumes before caroling at random doorsteps.
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