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  • Vngulam quippe equi mordere est, extrema seculi feriendo contingere, ut cadat ascensor eius retro.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • El ascensor parece que no tiene suelo; bueno, en realidad está pintado, pero da el pego.

    Cardiff Bay Illusion

  • Es muy realista y la sensación que causa es de vértigo sin dudas, me costaría un toque subirme al ascensor.

    Cardiff Bay Illusion

  • En este caso pareciera que el ascensor no tiene piso … clic para ver de que se trata [...]

    Cardiff Bay Illusion

  • El suelo de este ascensor está pintado para dar la impresión de que no hay suelo, y ciertamente lo consiguen.

    Cardiff Bay Illusion

  • The Kithman passed through the ballroom, ignoring eyes, and through the anteroom to the ascensor.

    Starfarers

  • A constabulary guard in the foyer verified Yu's identity and saluted as he admitted her to the ascensor.

    Starfarers

  • The outer valve had already withdrawn, when the portal sealed fast to an ascensor shaft in the cradle.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • An ascensor brought them to a hallway where the illusion of a vast metallic plain was being overwhelmed by blue mists in which flames flickered many-hued and half-glimpses of monsters flitted by, whistling or laughing.

    The Stars Are Also Fire

  • El cajero bajando en el ascensor se ha torcido el pie y se está en casa guardando cama (in bed).

    Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.)

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