door-to-door


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  • adj

Synonyms for door-to-door

(of e.g. journeys or deliveries) direct from point of origin to point of destination

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omitting no one

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The main benefits to perform under the contract include - Collecting door-to-door household and similar non-recoverable waste,- Curbside door-to-door Light Packaging and Paper,- The contribution to Guerande transfer station collected waste,- The distribution and maintenance of wheeled bins.
The Punjab government had issued directives to recruit around 100 Females Sanitary Patrollers for carrying out door-to-door dengue campaign but only 46 Females Sanitary Patrollers were recruited against 100.
The college recently released a statement denying any involvement in this door-to-door fundraising scam and said the two women are not currently enrolled at Quinsigamond Community College.
Mobile Anti-polio teams visited bus stands, railway stations and also went door-to-door to give anti-polio drops to the children, in remote/ far-flung areas, rural and urban areas, besides mobile teams are also visiting the rain affected areas of five districts to accomplish the task.
The majority of door-to-door salespeople are young men.
It's the second time the service has used a fundraising team to promote the organisation's work door-to-door.
Whether you have door-to-door transportation or you use bus stops, technology can assist in several other areas.
Most of the activities we engaged in were pretty ordinary, like going door-to-door and asking people to vote.
The ocean carriers agreed to expand their service to include container drayage and to provide door-to-door service.
Door-to-door selling is nowhere near as cost-ettective as telemarketing, but with the do-not-call list, better spam blockers and so many overly complicated Web sites, we have to admire the tenacity of salespeople who will hustle to go door-to-door.
Other items included in the memorandum are more frequent use of audio-loops for election related public meetings, forums and debates, better use of written materials by door-to-door canvassers and provisions for establishing TTY lines in caucus offices and in provincial parties' campaign offices along with support from all parities to amend the Elections Act or regulations to include funding for the accessibility needs of deaf, hard of hearing and late deafened Nova Scotians.
It is the traditional door-to-door selling of insurance policies.
is partnering with Enterprise Rent-A-Car to provide cars for the insurer's concierge service program called Door-to-Door Service.
Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether an Ohio town can require door-to-door solicitors, including religious groups, to identify themselves to authorities before engaging in outreach efforts.
Door-to-door campaigns, these results indicate, would be more effective than expensive television ads at recruiting new voters.