Inclinator

Inclinator

A platform, open or enclosed, running on an inclined rail for moving passengers to a higher level at an inclined angle, rather than as a vertical-lift elevator.
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A new CT scan machine will be installed with emergency and an environment friendly 100 kg cycle capacity inclinator will also be installed soon.
He succeeds Bill Stratton, who led Inclinator for the past four years.
His research on geomagnetism, notably his construction of a device to measure longitude, a so-called inclinator, upheld the orphanage as a site for technoscientific innovation.
The NCPC runs and operate waste inclinator and disposed-off waste of all major hospitals of Rawalpindi/Islamabad.
Actually, the dorsal elements are involved in the dorsal fin oscillations through the connection of inclinator and depressor muscles between fin rays and their dorsal region.
A motorised "inclinator" will transport guests down to a restaurant on Tolcarne Beach below.
These rays articulate on a cartilaginous pad and are associated with muscles that appear to be homologous to the inclinator, depressor, and erector muscles of the dorsal fin (Jayne et al., 1996).
Hit the slopes and your knuckles will go white before gravity does for the big beast, but the inclinator on the dash will show just how far off the straight and narrow you actually are.
The Luxor is a 30-storey pyramid hotel where the journey to your room is by "inclinator", elevators that travel at an angle of 39 degrees.
The minister admitted that PIMS have no inclinator.