elevator

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If it was a case for her, the elevator would go up to the operating-room.

The machine from elevator to tail plane bristles in original points.

The crowd is around the foot of the staircase waiting for the elevator.

Once our vehicle entered an elevator and was let down a brief distance.

As I walked toward the elevator, I was painfully conscious of two ideas.

A lad of about sixteen met me at the elevator and conducted me to the school designated.

On the feasibility of working an Elevator entirely by whisky power.

Miss Hill sped him on his way by going with him to the elevator.

The elevator car was nearly full of people from the roof garden.

She went quickly downstairs in the elevator, and repaired to a booth in the lobby.