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But throw open wide your window at night and it's like having a couple of dozen Hounds of the Baskervilles howling outside.
World Bank President Robert Zoellick has confirmed he will step down, raising questions as to whether the US will throw open the job to a candidate from a foreign country.
VILLAGERS will throw open their gardens this weekend to boost the coffers of an appeal to restore their church tower.
Air Atlantique Classic Flight, Europe's largest operator of vintage aircraft, will throw open the hangers to the public and provide 20 minute flights around the West Midlands in one of its Rapides.
Events start with horses working on the Downs at 9am, before John Akehurst, Michael Attwater, Jim Boyle, Simon Dow, Roger Ingram, Laura Mongan, Pat Phelan and Roger Teal throw open their doors from 10am.
OWNERS of special buildings and sights of architectural, cultural and historical interest are being urged throw open their doors this September.
HUDDERSFIELD Tennis Club will throw open the doors of their impressive Edgerton complex next Sunday, June 28.