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to allow someone to enter a house, room etc
to allow someone to enter a place again
to allow someone to enter a place, especially a public place such as a theatre or museum
if a building, organization, or country opens its doors, it allows people to enter, especially for the first time
a type of hairstyle which has a long, thin strip of hair growing down the back of the neck
a 'U'-shaped piece of metal fitted on the side of a boat to hold an oar in position
(of a politician) to be able to communicate and connect with ordinary people
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