Definition of 'bellpush'
Example sentences containing 'bellpush'
A QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE
Her name was there, of course, on a neatly-inscribed card above the bellpush.RIOT
On one of the gateposts was a bellpush and intercom, and above me a video camera on a pole was monitoring my presence.A NASTY DOSE OF DEATH
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