service entrance

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Synonyms for service entrance

an entrance intended for the use of servants or for delivery of goods and removal of refuse

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5-bath home also features direct elevator entry, a separate, dedicated service entrance, three wood-burning fireplaces, ceiling heights up to 12 ft.
Service Entrance Manual Transfer Switch in NEMA 3R with Cam-Lok(TM) Connectors for roll-up generator stand-by applications.
Walking up Pudding Chare in Newcastle after 11pm on Monday, I saw a sleeping bag lying across the doorway of a service entrance to the apartment building that stands opposite The Journal's offices.
In addition, there is a total of 4,440 square foot of canopies around the building, including 1,240 square feet in front with recessed lights that acts as an outside but covered showroom and a 625 square foot canopy at the service entrance.
Cauldwell applies his "above code" ethic in this well-illustrated guide that covers the basics of electricity and tools of the trade, to the electrical system from the service entrance to surge protection and standby generators.
The Mie prefectural police said the two men snatched two bags stuffed with cash when the guard was unloading them from the vehicle at a service entrance of the JA office building in the central Japan city.
The headwaiter, recognizing that they were not steady customers, stuck them at a small side table near a noisy service entrance.
City's Joey Barton was forced to enter the stadium through a service entrance to keep him away from fans, angered by his refusal to accept a pounds 28,000-a-week contract offer.
With a high-accuracy revenue meter located at the utility service entrance, an EEM system can "shadow bill" overall energy consumption.
Sunday-Monday, August 28-29: Croxteth Hall Garden Society, 25th flower show, Croxteth Hall (use service entrance off Croxteth Hall Lane), Sun 1-5pm, Mon 11am-4.
We go in the service entrance pretending to be hairdressers too," Muzquiz relates.
And the Beatles Suite includes a framed history and artifacts of their visit in 1964, plus a photo of Ringo Starr dashing toward a service entrance to escape manic fans.
Yet no one would regard my complexion the same way if I entered such hotels through the service entrance.
Installed at the main service entrance or within the facility at branch distribution panels, the Surge-Guard 400 provides protection against both conducted and induced transient over-voltages that may be caused by direct lightning strikes, utility switching or other random electrical disturbances.
The Tesco store will require the demolition of Station House and the widening of John Street to allow access for delivery vehicles to a new service entrance opposite the Station Cafe.
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