Use "TURNSTILE" in a sentence. Top 61 "TURNSTILE" sentence examples


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We’ve had 600,000 admissions through the turnstiles.


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More than 18 million visitors have poured through Disneyland’s turnstiles.


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That’s the one true ticket past Titletown’s turnstile.


4.

There could be separate turnstiles, children's enclosures and family enclosures.


5.

The fact was that they had to pass through turnstiles.


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It is not merely the amount taken at the turnstiles.


7.

The sentry checked its authenticity then activated the electronic turnstile .


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Finally the guard steps aside and motions him through the turnstile .


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A turnstile bank provides access to and from the station.


10.

The club need to attract more supporters through the turnstiles.


11.

Stewards were checking people's membership cards at the turnstiles.


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At the turnstiles my bag, containing a snack for half-time, was searched.


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You will be asked for your ticket as you enter the turnstile.


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A high exit-only turnstile from the platform leads directly to the staircases.


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I am informed that only two public conveniences on railway premises have turnstiles.


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The number of spectators going through the turnstiles is up from last season.


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Fifty, sixty, a hundred thousand people came streaming through the turnstiles every day.


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The League also refused to allow concessions to unemployed supporters at the turnstiles .


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Workers in many stations allowed passengers through the turnstiles without the usual 15-cent tickets.


20.

Have you ever taken notice of the turnstile at the entrance of a bank?.


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And still, it is probably cheaper to do this than to use some turnstile mechanism.


22.

These not-so-petty thieves wrap their lips around the coin slots on top of subway turnstiles.


23.

The man in the booth did something to the turnstile , then we all pushed in.


24.

The Club is not responsible for incorrect match vouchers being handed to the turnstile operator.


25.

It was claimed last night that only one of the turnstiles was working properly.


26.

Individual gloves are located on a turnstile and between the up and down escalators.


27.

The app offered up a QR code, which, when scanned, prompted a plastic turnstile to open.


28.

One of these has only one turnstile, and it is in a lavatory which is closed.


29.

The turnstile symbol is sometimes decorated to distinguish canonical subtyping derivations from derivations in other calculi.


30.

Forty-six authorities have refused to remove their turnstiles and eight have removed some and retained others.


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Fifty authorities have refused to remove any turnstiles; nine have removed some turnstiles but are keeping others.


32.

Turnstile antennas are commonly used as transmitting antennas when horizontal polarization is required together with omnidirectional radiation.


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Following closely behind an elderly man, Amaka nimbly slid through the turnstile at the station’s exit.


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However, existing reference only users will need to obtain a barcode to be able to operate the turnstile.


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He bypasses the turnstile and goes behind a partition that separates the platform from a space behind it.


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Before it introduced charges, it made people go through turnstiles so it knows exactly how many people visited.


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Several people managed to escape through the entrance turnstile, some went back to assist the others to escape.


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Directly beyond this blast door is a security turnstile and small guardroom to control access to the airlock.


39.

We use a Metrocard - a debit card that is read by the turnstile entrance to the platforms.


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In this prover, the "hypotheses" to the left of the turnstile are treated as commands to the union-find engine.


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This also saw a 1.2m (4ft) -high perimeter fence erected; and goal posts, ballstops and a turnstile being built.


42.

The only step left is to step through the turnstile and enjoy the fabulous thrills this park has to offer.


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This risk can be minimized through security awareness training of the user population, or more active means such as turnstiles.


44.

The total takings at the turnstiles for four days cannot full far short of £250,000 and may quite easily exceed that figure.


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The landmarked station house was also renovated and a bank of turnstiles was installed in the underpass below the tracks.


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Perhaps the sale of champagne at HALF the price charged at virtually all the southern racecourses has set the turnstiles clicking.


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Sixty-nine authorities have refused to remove some or all of their turnstiles and have declined to reconsider their decision; 18 authorities are still undecided.


48.

Take away the turnstiles and the high walls, throw open as much as you can, and lock up as little as you can.


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The center of the mezzanine also has a bank of turnstiles, two exit-only turnstiles, and two staircases going down to each platform.


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The wooden staircase landings have a high exit-only turnstile to allow passengers to exit the system without having to go through the station.


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We had the turnstile roped to the wall with someone to guide it along with two others who were also roped to the wall.


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Part of the bank to the other side of the goal will also be completely excavated to make way for a new turnstile block.


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The grounds will not be able to cope with a large crowd going through the turnstiles in the few minutes before the game starts.


54.

Bowl officials announced 73,777 people attended the game, but that figure was based on the number of tickets sold rather than actual turnstile attendance.


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Robinson, in video released by the NYPD, was seen exiting a turnstile at the station wearing a gray T-shirt, black pants and a white bandana.


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A single staircase from each platform goes down to a waiting area/crossunder, where a turnstile bank provides access to and from the station.


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Another staircase at the southern island of the aforementioned intersection go down to a bank of turnstiles leading to the center of the same platform.


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Most of the city’s 472 subway stations have just one booth with an attendant; in the pre-MetroCard era there was a clerk within view of nearly every turnstile.


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An old light from the Statue of Liberty’s torch; a chunk of stone that fell off the Flatiron Building; a turnstile from Ebbets Field, erstwhile home of the Brooklyn Dodgers.


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Sliding a few quarters into the turnstile, Arelis walked past Mexican security officials, down the main thoroughfare, through the town plaza and up a levee, where a breathtaking sight unfolded before her .


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One duck at a United Kingdom nature park seemed to imitate the snorts of a pony, while another bird made sounds much like the coughing of its keeper and the squeaks of a turnstile.