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Use "doorknobs" in a sentence
"Those are the times when either free-roaming opportunistic viruses are settling on your skin and about all your orifices, or when the last survivors, having been trounced by your immune system, are manning their little lifeboats and rowing away on a tide of your mucous, calling at ports along the way such as doorknobs, keyboards, credit cards, taps, et al."
""These," she said, "are Mr. Rand's specifications; that is, he specifies exactly what kind of doorknobs we shall have, or the cost and finish of the silver faucets connected with the bowls in the chambers.""
"Caused by viruses, not by damp weather, colds spread through the air (via cough and sneeze droplets) and by direct contact (touching people and contaminated objects, such as doorknobs, toys and telephone receivers)."