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house-to-house inquiries/search/collection etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhouse-to-house inquiries/search/collection etchouse-to-house inquiries/search/collection etcHOMEinquiries etc that are made by visiting each house in a particular areadoor-to-door The abduction sparked a house-to-house search in the Willenhall area. house-to-house
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house-to-house inquiries/search/collection etcIt was Major Volpi who had been given responsibility for putting up road-blocks and carrying out house-to-house searches.Peacekeeping troops set up road blocks and conducted house-to-house searches.Road blocks were set up and a helicopter brought in from Manchester as police began house-to-house inquiries.Some 200 militants were arrested in house-to-house searches beginning on April 13.We will be making street and house-to-house collections during Battle of Britain Week.Another was a newcomer to our church and to our city, doing an Edinburgh house-to-house collection for the first time.The street collection raised £255.41 and the house-to-house collection realised £2,928.Officers would also be making house-to-house inquiries, said a Hertfordshire Police spokesman.
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