service stair

service stair

A stairway that is not used for general purposes; it provides access to specific areas such as the roof and equipment rooms.
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service stair

1. A stairway primarily for servants, deliverymen, etc.
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The kitchen next to the service stair is on the same level as the dining room.
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Hoping the ground would swallow me up, I darted out of the lift on level two and escaped via the service stairs, relieved there were no flashing lights, bells ringing or Alan Davies, to witness my humiliation.
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To original stone flights have been added monolithic blocks, steps of individual stone slabs and a slender flight of wood and steel service stairs connecting three levels of bedrooms.

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