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a.1.Having no gate.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(10) Compare the tradition of the "gateless barrier [or gate]" in Zen (Wu-men-kuan in Addiss 89).
Police said that driver of a Mazda Truck carrying over 20 persons of Kolhi community tried to cross the main railway track from gateless railway crossing of Village Mureed Sipiyo, a kilometre away from Allah Dino Sand Railway Station.
First, Negroes are trapped--as many whites are trapped--in inherited, gateless poverty.
We set down in a desert without the sinuous sands of the movies, in a camp, by the gateless Jericho.
loosing their long warnings before they reached the gateless crossings
Years ago, barely on two legs, Sam had managed to slip out the front door and stumble down the short path that led to the gateless border between the yard and the main road.
Totally reversible with a unique gateless design, it rapidly yet gently transports product so breakages or loss of flavours and coatings are minimised, while the risk of cross contamination and accumulation are eliminated.