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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 description of an economic or political situation based on analysis of information at the present time
reminding you of death in an unpleasant and frightening way
an unregulated form of capitalism that features financial deregulation, privatisation and low tax for high earners
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