He told me that as now there were five bell-pushes on my door everybody assumed that there must be five students living in the house, so it would be best to use the doorknocker
, so as not to ring the wrong bell
We also lost Harry Sprague, who won the 1956 Champion Hurdle on Doorknocker
, Frank 'Bonky' Nash, who landed two Champion Chases on Drinny's Double, Clive Bailey (Official), John Shortt (Space Trucker), champion apprentice Brian Lee and Brian Procter, long-time work-rider for Dick Hern.
The only thing I have left is the brass doorknocker
with the curly "S" on it, for Smith, which a kind neighbor salvaged and put in a homemade box frame for me to keep.
Some extraordinary pieces: pave diamond doorknocker
earrings; a diamond pave multi dome ring; an 11 carat diamond bangle bracelet in white gold.
He never sleeps nor rests, but, always attached to the doorknocker
of our heart, He does not cease to strike it at every hour, saying, as it is written in the Canticle (5:2), "Open to me, my sister, my love.
EeEeEe Add some visual interest to your front door with a unique doorknocker
or seasonal wreath, or replace the front door hardware.
And there are all the requisite horse brasses you'd expect in a country pub, as well as some quirkier touches - a brass birdcage with a stuffed bird, and a Robbie Burns doorknocker
It may be that the spatial boundary is the boundary of half of a bronze statue of Venus pulling on a slipper, or of a bronze foot, or of a bronze doorknocker
Stella Price (ex-EastEnder Michelle's latest soap guise) is brassier than a polished doorknocker
and sharper than one of Gordon Ramsay's knives.
If you've tried all of the above, stick up a note directing visitors to use the doorknocker
The phrase signature dish is illustrated by the words "sign here" on dishes, while one of the country's favourite old jokes is celebrated by the phrase "who's there" on a doorknocker
It has been said that to oust Brown from office would mean prizing his fingers from the doorknocker