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door-to-door

 
1. . Lit. having to do with movement from one door to another or from one house to another. John is a door-to-door salesman. We spent two weeks making a door-to-door survey.
2. Fig. by moving from one door to another or one house to another. Anne is selling books door-to-door. We went door-to-door, collecting money.
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It announced in February that it would be ending door-to-door policies, but gave many customers only one month's notice before ending their cover.
This service includes pick up and delivery door-to-door to over 120,000 destinations in 220 countries and territories for one low flat price
Police are reminding residents that anyone soliciting door-to-door must have a city permit.
But the hospice does not sell door-to-door and today warned families to beware.
More communication is expected to increase the number of direct deliveries and door-to-door moves.
The biggest advantage of shipping on a door-to-door basis is the continuity of service from the point of origin to the destination, according to Mulvehill.
The United Nations is seeking provision of a door-to-door courier services, on a non exclusive basis, for personal effects of Military Observers (MILOBS) and Civilian Police (CIVPOL) in support of Peacekeeping Missions worldwide.
Melissa has assisted the Optimist Club by going door-to-door with her grandmother, member Cathy McCutcheon, to solicit food and toy donations for needy families at Christmas, operating a lemonade stand to raise money for the club and participating in the Optimist Braille Olympics.
WATERLOO, Ontario -- Connections Over Descartes' Global Logistics Network(TM) to Enable Door-To-Door Services for Logistics Services Providers
Service of waste collection and transportation of municipal solid waste and related services - Collection only door-to-door solid waste organic fraction,- Collection only door-to-door solid waste dry fraction,- Door to door collection and transportation of waste differentiated mono (packaging, paper and cardboard, glass, plastic, metal),- Door to door collection and transportation of separated waste collection (packaging plastic, steel and aluminum),- Collection and transport of waste products in the local market,- Management of eco-center and picnic area grouping,- Collection and transfer expired medicines,- Only collection of vegetable waste,- Collection and transfer waste bins in the town.
The movie is based on the true story of a door-to-door home-products salesman who overcame the challenges of cerebral palsy to rise to the top of his profession.
It features recording devices to capture temperature readings within the air-cargo container, door-to-door shipment tracking and hard-copy temperature documentation.
The contract includes the following services - Collecting door-to-door 1 weekly residual household waste,- Collecting door-to-door one every fortnight packaging,- Collecting door-to-door 3 times a year bulky,- Collecting door-to-door 1 weekly green waste in high season- Collecting voluntary contributions of newspapers, journals, magazines,- Collecting voluntary contributions glass,- Management of the special charge,- Transport flows collected up outlets.
Now the census moves into its second half, the door-to-door follow-up phase or "non-response follow-up" (NRFU) in census jargon.
Department of Agriculture agents to walk door-to-door within a kilometer (0.