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a closed loop conveying system frequently used between final store and loading bay. Used in some airports for the final distribution of passenger luggage after discharge from the aircraft.
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Melman Go-Round: Join the Madagascar characters on this animated carousal ride.
Some of the recruits are beginning to dribble into the barracks bunk room after a night's carousal down the line" (1).
DOWN: 1 Migrate 2 Tia Maria 3 Stan 4 Carousal 5 Veto 6 Raise 8 Curtailment 13 Flagrant 14 Marriage 15 Swedish 18 Dense 20 Feta 21 Cyan
At the beginning, there was kind of a carousal,'' Falconer said.
Various themes The submissions have come in on various themes making a fantastic carousal of reading material on topics ranging from philosophy, romance, science fiction, humour, thriller mysteries and more.
Carousal system innovation by Naomoto ensures higher productivity with additional new size control functions.
Social rudeness and mischief: tourisms might be influenced on social damages like carousal, addiction and criminality [7].
To weave out from a productive business-filled day of sourcing, the Gala Dinner, this 'by-invitation only' carousal will bring together the elite members of the global intimate apparel trade.
Carnival, whose roots lie in last-minute carousal before the austere Catholic season of Lent, officially began in Brazil on Friday and lasts through early Wednesday.
En route to the baggage carousal, we pass an advertising board with the likes of Lee Bowyer, Cameron Jerome and Seb Larsson featured on it.
But slick service was the word and this is one critic who was soon mightily impressed by its boring but brilliant functionality - lifts and escalators were spacious and fast, an electric train trip to passport control and baggage waiting to be picked up from the carousal in the blink of an eye.
H]e has scattered his macho boasts and seed among a flock of wives, mistresses, and bare acquaintances; near dawn after a night of carousal and quarrels he made a pretty fair attempt on the life of one of these ladies with a cheap knife; he has romanticized marijuana .