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moving staircase

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moving stairway

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(Mechanical Engineering) less common terms for escalator1
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Noun1.moving staircase - a stairway whose steps move continuously on a circulating beltmoving staircase - a stairway whose steps move continuously on a circulating belt
staircase, stairway - a way of access (upward and downward) consisting of a set of steps
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That said, there is enough intrigue in the story to hold your attention and David Woodhead's intricate set design with its sliding doors, hidden rooms and moving staircase is a delight to watch.
Here great excitement was generated in 1901 when Britain's first railway escalator was installed, advertised as an electric moving staircase.
Imagine a world where dreams of being transported upwards via a moving staircase was simply that, a dream.
We had Grande and Buenas (supermarkets) but these did not have that moving staircase,' said 60-year-old Aquino, referring to the escalator.
Invitation to tender: The Supply, Delivery And Installation Of Five (5) Moving Staircase Platforms P2, P3, P4, P5 And P6 Intended For The Transport Of Persons With Disabilities And Reduced Mobility From The Ground Floor To The First Floor To The Sdc In Knin, Senjak Fourth Platform Consists Of Its Own Platform, Drive Machine With All Mechanical And Elektrodijelovima And Management.
But as she tried to decide whether to copy Kylie, and wear some shorts, or to go Lady Gaga, and be more meaty, her world literally turned upside down as she tripped and landed feet first on the upwardly moving staircase.
A newly invented moving staircase, called Levytator, will be able to twist, bend, spiral and even snake around sharp corners.
5-He leaving from the Metro by using the moving staircase
But LuLu has lots of attendants going up and down the moving staircase, it's their job.
At one point she walks gracefully atop their clasped hands; descending a beautiful moving staircase.
These visitors, also from all over the world, saw such wonders as a moving sidewalk, wireless telegraphy and a moving staircase called an "escalator.
That's quite a record when you consider the thousands of kids who must have played on this moving staircase.