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stairway

a means of access consisting of stairs; staircase or flight of steps

stairway

[′ster‚wā]
(civil engineering)
One or more flights of stairs connected by landings.

staircase

1. A flight of stairs, or a series of such flights, including supports, handrails, and framework.
2. The structure containing a flight of stairs.
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USA], Nov 23 ( ANI ): Hollywood actor Ryan Phillippe is hitting back with a lawsuit at his ex-girlfriend supermodel Elsie Hewitt who claimed that he assaulted her by throwing her down a flight of stairs.
Muhammad fell down a flight of stairs at the school on Friday, September 9, and died four days later in Birmingham Children's Hospital.
A THUG who attacked an elderly neighbour and threw his dog down a flight of stairs is to be evicted.
She had to carry most of them up one flight of stairs because the driver said they were not insured to carry the groceries up the stairs.
But the one thing Olly can't handle is a flight of stairs.
As far as the family is concerned, Tilly fell from a balcony and Roger fell down a flight of stairs and the events are unconnected.
After the first flight of stairs, I ditched the box so I could hold on to the shrink-wrapped bundle.
But husband Philip Davies yesterday told an inquest in Brecon how she tripped on the way and tumbled down the flight of stairs.
Over Christmas, she ended up wearing a bandage like her namesake after falling down a flight of stairs.
At the top of each flight of stairs, there was a chart to fill in every time the journey was completed.
All aged either 14 or 15, the defendants said Alex Mechisvili died after falling down a flight of stairs.
3 : a level area at the top of a flight of stairs or between two flights of stairs

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