trap door

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a hinged or sliding door in a floor or ceiling

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Dreams are coming true for two of the company members, as they are making their professional debut in this play with the help of Trap Door Theatre Productions.
Trap Door Theatre Productions was founded four years ago by Amy Courtenay, whose aim was to make theatre accessible throughout the community, bringing exciting theatre-in-education productions into local schools, theatres and hospitals, as well as undertaking nationwide tours of popular contemporary and classical plays.
Amy Courtenay, the proprietor of Trap Door, took on the role of director for the production as well as tutor for the course.
At the other end of the scale, Yeovil are Stan James' 15/8 jollies to face the drop, while last season's 20th placed team, Walsall, are 9/4 with Blue Square to fall through the trap door this time around.
The electricity meters were in the cellar and when the meter reader called, the trap door was opened to allow him access.
Every time the pet paws at the rubber or plastic ball, food drops out the trap door and down a shoot so the pet can reach it.
The trap door was closed and the rope was not exhibited.
The Package Master[TM] features an innovative trap door design with patent-pending "Mail Shield" technology.
I have a Springfield 45-70 trap door that is in really poor condition, but it has stamped on the buttstock "US Cavalry 22.
BILLINGHAM: After reading the story about Mark Duffy falling through a trap door, online reader David Hamer wrote: "I am sorry to hear about your accident.
It's a two-story building with one small, enclosed room downstairs and a semi-open sleeping loft accessible by a ladder through a trap door.
On a February morning in 1885, the 20-year-old who had been convicted of murder, had a noose placed around his neck and was positioned over the trap door of the scaffold at Exeter Prison.
The child crawled onto the conveyor belt next to an unmanned check-in desk and passed through a trap door with the luggage, then through an X-ray machine and out into the luggage hall.
Key features are a 20-inch Teflon-coated stainless steel barrel, black Zytel composition A2 buttstock with trap door assembly, flat top Picatinny rail to accept scope or iron sights, Jerry Miculek muzzle break, JP adjustable three-pound short trigger pull and a carbon fiber forearm.