door handle


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Translations
klika
dørhåndtag
ovenkahva
kvaka
ドアハンドル
문 손잡이
dörrhandtag
ที่จับประตู
tay nắm cửa

door handle

مِقْبَضُ الباب klika dørhåndtag Türgriff πόμολο picaporte, pomo ovenkahva poignée de porte kvaka maniglia ドアハンドル 문 손잡이 deurknop dørhåndtak klamka maçaneta da porta дверная ручка dörrhandtag ที่จับประตู kapı kolu tay nắm cửa 门手柄
References in classic literature ?
But his body, left thus without intellectual guidance, held on to the door handle with the unthinking force of an instinct.
She coughed elaborately at the door so that Philip should have time to compose himself, she felt that he would be humiliated if she came upon him in the midst of his tears, then she rattled the door handle. When she went in Philip was poring over the prayer-book, hiding his eyes with his hands so that she might not see he had been crying.
The well-known old door handle, which always angered the countess when it was not properly cleaned, turned as loosely as ever.
At breakfast it stole a poached egg and daubed it all over the door handle. Ida calls these outrages amusing tricks."
"If Meg had four, the house wouldn't hold them, and master and missis would have to camp in the garden," broke in Jo, who, enveloped in a big blue pinafore, was giving the last polish to the door handles.
AYOUNG girl died after her hooded top got caught on a door handle and strangled her to death, an inquest was told yesterday.
I reached for the door handle and found that it was the most rattley door handle in Western Europe.
The strongest concentration of the military-grade Novichok nerve agent found in the Salisbury strike was on the front door handle of Sergei's home.
Police said the biggest concentration of Novichok was found on Sergei's door handle.
Last week the Sunday Mirror revealed police were examining the Skripals' front door handle. It had the highest concentration of the deadly nerve agent Novichok.
In fact, Circadian's Shiftwork Practice 2005, goes as far as to say, "Unscheduled absenteeism is a chronic problem for U.S employers, conservatively costing $3,600 per hourly employee and $2,650 per salaried employee per year." The door handle is often found to be the culprit in these kind of situations, with the Center for Disease Control making clear 80% of all infections are spread by the hands, in a recent statement.