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chairlift

An electrically-operated lift for conveying a single passenger, who is seated in a chair, up or down the incline of a flight of stairs; in a private residence from one floor level to the next, or in a commercial building to meet the conditions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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I'd already been warned ski lifts could difficult to jump off, so in the seconds before the moment came to get on, I told the woman operating the chairlift that it was my first time.
People, longing to wallow in the cool air and tall pine trees of Galiyat, including the nearby Nathiagali, naturally rue the closure of Chairlift at Ayubia, so named after 1960s Pakistani President Ayub Khan, who ordered its import from Switzerland and installation in 1962--well over half a century ago.
Aziz disclosed the work on establishing skiing facility will be completed shortly, while chairlift, imported from abroad, would soon be installed.
Our "Flow" chairlift was found to be the only suitable lifting solution to provide access to the very top of the building and due to the exclusiveness of the venture, the international magazine Elevator World has honoured the company with its 2014 Project of the Year award.
The newlyweds are set to honeymoon in the Caribbean, but have promised to take another journey on the chairlift - in civvies - when they return.
In a 1988 interview with The Bulletin newspaper in Bend, on the occasion of Hoodoo's 50th anniversary, Thurston, then 82, said construction of the double chairlift was one of things he was most proud of.
The projects besides the installation of chairlift at Malam Jabba, construction of ski resort, three and fivestar hotels also included two kilometer long another chairlift in Galiyat and construction of fivestar Hotel resort on a vast land in Galiyat.
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A FULL investigation into the holiday chairlift collapse at a Highland ski centre won't get going until next week.
A derailed chairlift at a Scottish ski resort has left at least six people injured and dozens more stranded.
1984 - Three trails were added, and a chairlift was extended to the summit.
Boosted by the reopening of its vintage chairlift, the attraction lured in 82,000 customers over the sixweek school holidays - 24,000 up on the same period last year.