Beside it, a series of other escalatorsfor the traffic of moving merchandise.
The mingled hum of instruments was in the night air; sometimes the snap of an aerial; and the steady, clicking whir of the night escalators on the city street levels and inclines.
If the white-clad raiders controlled the top landing stage, they were pinned down by the firearms and sono guns of the defenders, below, who were in a position to stop anything that came down the escalators or the lift shaft.
He had a pickup on the twelfth floor, the floor just under the public landing stages, and at the foot of the escalators leading to the central executive block.
Anybody who's trying to get up the escalators to the office block will be an enemy.
We're going to fight our main battle at the head of the escalators from the twelfth floor.
The escalators to the level below weren't working.
At least, from when you talked them into cleaning the town up and fixing the escalators and getting the fountains going again.
At the head of the landing-stage escalators there was a glow of color and the ducal party began moving down.
Something was going on by the escalators to the landing stage.
Simultaneously there was a disquieting change from the accepted normal manner in which escalators are supposed to move.
The array of escalators which he found in a side wing was a formidable one and confusing with movements in all directions, crisscrossing and overlapping one another.
Two escalators down, they came out on a mezzanine around a wide central hall on the street level, the floor forty feet below them and the ceiling thirty feet above.
Each side was composed of three escalators and moving platforms in both directions, with a set of stairs and a promenade.
Silver escalators swept to a bright platform covered in springy non-skid green plastic.
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