portiere

[n] - a heavy curtain hung across a doorway
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Portière

Por`tière'' noun [ French, from porte gate, door. See Port a gate.] A curtain hanging across a doorway.
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portiere

noun a heavy curtain hung across a doorway
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Portiere

• (n.) A curtain hanging across a doorway.
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portiere

(from the article `curtain`) ...the admission of light at windows and to prevent drafts from door or window openings. Curtains, usually of a heavy material, arranged to fall ...
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Portière

A portière is a hanging curtain placed over a door or over the doorless entrance to a room. Its name is derived from the French word for door, porte. From Asia, it came to Europe at a remote date. It is known to have been in use in Europe in the 4th century,{citation needed|date=October 2007} and was probably introduced much earlier. Like so many...
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