Because he was always first in his classes at school, and could mend the water-pipes or the doorbell
and take the clock to pieces, she seemed to think him a sort of prince.
Miss Miranda, had she lived in a populous neighborhood, would have had her doorbell
pulled, her gate tied up, or "dirt traps" set in her garden paths.
Unable in my excitement to find the doorbell
I instinctively tried the knob.
In the midst of this repast, however, the doorbell
was heard--young Moss of the ruddy hair rose up with the keys and answered the summons, and coming back, told the Colonel that the messenger had returned with a bag, a desk and a letter, which he gave him.
He was perfectly calm, and, between the crashes, listened attentively to the delicate tinkling of the doorbell
somewhere within the house.
As she spoke there was a loud ring at the doorbell
. The women-servants crowded into the bedroom in alarm.
Amazon said Wednesday more than 400 US police departments had joined its "Ring Neighbors" network, a program aimed at curbing crime using video from the company's smart doorbell
that has raised civil liberties concerns.
It will not give Bartlett police access to residents' Ring doorbell
or security camera devices.
It was initially found that four fifths of Britons (82%) have a doorbell
and would much prefer to ring a doorbell
than to knock on a door when making house calls.
I recently watched a YouTube clip where stand-up comedian Sebastian Maniscalco reenacts a modern-day family enter a state of sheer panic at the mere sound of a doorbell
I hope I'll wake up to the sound of them ringing my doorbell
, that they'll finally keep their promise to install WiFi, so I will feel that I am getting what I am paying for.