- n. Plural form of elevator.
“York against the floating grain elevators, is a serious check to the most flourishing department of the export trade of the States.”
“In the press box at Nationals Park, just past the elevators, is a framed copy of Shirley Povich's Oct. 9, 1956 column for The Washington Post.”
“Not only do we feed the deer, but our local farmers and grain elevators pour their extra grain out on the ground quite often.”
“It was like a little more than one of those griffin elevators people were saying dumps your laptop on the floor.”
“In the following weeks, Alison not only spoke up in elevators and staff meetings but also initiated conversations in public places such as bookstores and at social gatherings.”
“You might be prepared to jump in elevators, I always need to press 'button-like' decorations and need to take out every book in a shelf to see if it opens a secret door.”
“DeBruce grain elevators are located in Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas, among other states.”
“In addition to its grain elevators, DeBruce distributes fertilizer, operates livestock-feed mills and a soybean processing plant.”
“This is why people get stuck in elevators and high-value uses of power are shut off along with all the lowest priority uses of energy.”
“I hate the fact that marketing weasels are free to assault me almost anywhere and even at intimate moments — on subway turnstiles, in elevators, in restrooms, during cinema previews, on my e-mail interface …”
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*sigh* I wish I had lived in the barnstorming era. In my flying days, I loved nothing more than flipping around in the air and landing in fields or on dirt runways. (^-^)
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