In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Images submitted to the committee show a modern open-plan mall on two floors with escalators and coffee shops.
- By 4.12 pm, they were on the escalator to the first floor of the ladies' department.
- Sunlight streamed into the building illuminating the two escalators in the center of the large foyer.
- Even if you can't get out to walk, bike or swim, take stairs instead of elevators and escalators.
- I managed to step aside so that I could descend the escalator several steps behind them.
- The idea of having all parking underground, connected directly to the shops by lifts and escalators, works well elsewhere in this country and abroad.
- Again elevators, escalators, and stairs are available to move from one level to the next.
- It will also have 12 lifts and 22 escalators to whisk cinema-goers from the bottom to the top of the building in only seven minutes.
- We arrived at the department store and made our way, on the escalators, to the top of the building, which was partly under construction.
- The two pass each other briefly on an escalator leading to a public bathroom.
- The train station is underneath the terminal so you just descend to the platforms by escalators or lifts.
- Hayley stopped on the top step of the escalator, trying not to sound as confused as she felt.
- Take the escalator to the third floor for all the photographic equipment.
- Vicki stepped off the escalator, waited for him to do the same, and then motioned ahead.
- The station will see an upgrade, with more parking spaces, escalators, more lifts, a new travel centre and new lounges.
- What drives me crazy are the people who step off the escalator and then just stand there.
- They went up the escalator to the second floor and found themselves in the electronics department.
- Other improvements are planned, including elevators and escalators designed to make it easier to get in and out.
- We made our way up the escalator to the restaurant on the top floor, admiring the breathtaking view as we ascended.
- Can you imagine what it would be like to step onto an escalator for the first time when you were an adult?
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