at door

at (someone's) door

As a charge holding someone responsible: You shouldn't lay the blame for the fiasco at her door.
See also: door
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In this area, IT will be an increasingly important tool; and at Door, where we have been developing and expanding our own efficient business systems for ten years, I venture to say that we are well to the fore.
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Residents wear tags, and if they go within a certain distance of the part of the system that can detect the tag, usually placed at doors, an alarm goes off.