moving stairway


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Noun1.moving stairway - a stairway whose steps move continuously on a circulating beltmoving stairway - 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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Machinery manufacturing/ elevator and moving stairway manufacturing
The moving stairway elevated passengers on a conveyor belt at a 25-degree angle and traveled only 7 ft.
This can happen when a trade name is appropriated by society to refer to all goods in a category--for example, a moving stairway is commonly called "escalator," which was once a trade name.
We were treated to an incredibly moving Stairway to Heaven and then Metallica's Orion, which was far more entertaining than watching the recent Glastonbury headliners themselves and at one point I expected to see smoke rising from Rodrigo's guitar.
We were treated to an incredibly were treated to an incredibly W moving Stairway to Heaven and then Metallica's Orion, which was far more entertaining than watching the recent Glastonbury headliners themselves and at one point I expected to see smoke rising from Rodrigo's guitar.
Dubbed the "reverse plank", the lady had fallen backwards and was dragged all the way up the moving stairway at Euston station in London.
Today, our picture shows three people dead at the foot of an escalator and 30 others seriously hurt following a slip on the steep moving stairway of the Tyne Tunnel.
She had to be helped with even simple tasks after tumbling 20ft when a young thug brought the moving stairway to an abrupt halt.
As he adjusted his shopping, his three-quarter length coat trailed across the foot of the moving stairway.
Linking straight to the departure lounge, the new 3,880 square meter formation will be provided by a moving stairway, six lifts, food and drink retailing, and toilet services for travelers benefit.
Violet Roberts, 62, was on the moving stairway at Edinburgh's Waverley rail station when two yobs pressed the emergency button.