intermediate landing


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intermediate landing

A horizontal platform between flights of stairs separating two floors.
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Taiwan and South Korea provided intermediate landing and take-off zones for the flying geese.
He did that by adding to the radio communications stations and intermediate landing fields constructed by his predecessors a system of rotating light beacons along a transcontinental airway connecting New York and San Francisco.
for this purpose, the contractor shall separate the intermediate landing site on the adjacent land area 1a landed property with identifier 20482.505.39, which will serve for unloading of the material from the dredging and floating equipment and the subsequent loading of the lorries (dumpers) for transportation and unloading on the territory of agropolychim ad.
Utility/laundry room, cloakroom and an intermediate landing with fitted cloakroom.
With the house's first floor three feet above grade, making it accessible would require a ramp with an intermediate landing 41-feet long.
With intermediate landing, Natural stone, Interior, - 1 piece of steel staircase outside, 4 floors, About 80 stg.
On January 17, the pig industry elite was placed in a cargo plane and, with an intermediate landing in Chicago (USA), delivered to the Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow in 10 hours.
These consist of 2 staircases and an intermediate landing respectively.
The second entrance is on the south side to the intermediate landing stairs, where there is access to the garden.
The tower consists of a walkway that meanders in the clearing between the existing trees where intermediate landing at designated places creates space along the walkway.

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