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Are the shops open on Sundays?
There’s a bar that stays open all night.
We are open for business from Monday to Friday.
The house is only open to the general public for three weeks each year.
A book lay open on the table.
She stuffed the photographs into an open drawer.
The kids were ripping open their Christmas presents.
The bedroom door was slightly open.
We threw open all the windows to let the air in.
Someone has left the gate wide open.
He was asleep with his mouth open.
She lay still, eyes wide open, listening intently.
Many roads are blocked by snow but Snake Pass is still open.
The lines are open now for you to call in with your donations.
It’s important to keep the channels of communication open with your ex-wife.
They had to escape across open ground.
The top deck of the bus is open.
He loved the wide open spaces of the American West.
Everyone in the group was very friendly and open.
The President promised an open dialogue.
He has always been open about his drinking problem.
Their relationship has deteriorated to the point of open hostility.
A Chief Executive will be appointed by open competition.
The meeting is open to the public.
Most government files from the period are now open to scrutiny.
I have some ideas about where to go, but I’m open to suggestions.
Police are keeping an open mind about the cause of her disappearance.
His contract keeps open the possibility that he might return to the series.
Shall we leave it open for now, and decide at the meeting?
The election is still wide open.
The new tax was open to two serious criticisms.
Whether or not he intended this outcome, is open to question.
The system is wide open to abuse.
Taking him to court was the only option left open to me.