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ELEnglish Language
ELElevated
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ELElevator
ELEntry Level
ELElement
ELElementary
ELGreek (ISO standard two letter language code for Greek)
ELElected
ELEducational Leadership
ELEast Lansing (Michigan)
ELElectric Light
ELEnlist
ELEnergy Level
ELEmeril Lagasse
ELEmergency Lighting
ELElevate
ELEnterprise Linux
ELEngineering Laboratory
ELExecutive Level (government employee heirarchy; Australia)
ELElectro-Luminescent
ELExposure Limits
ELEnglish Learner
ELExpected Loss
ELExposure Level
ELEnvironmental Laboratory
ELElektricitet (Danish: Electricity)
ELExpression Language
ELElevated Train (Chicago)
ELElastic Limit (tensile testing)
ELEdit Links (Internet)
ELElymian (linguistics)
ELEquilibrium Level
ELEssential Links (website)
ELEnvironmental Liabilities
ELEmergency Leave
ELEuropean Lotteries
ELElevated Line (elevated subway operated by Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority)
ELException List
ELEndolaser (vitreoretinal surgery))
ELEpiscopal Life (magazine)
ELErase Line
ELEnhancement Layer
ELEnterolactone
ELEntertainment Links (Internet)
ELEncounter Level (Dungeons & Dragons gaming)
ELEnhanced Latency
ELElectrical Load
ELExclusive Lock
ELElliptocytosis
ELElevation Limit
ELExcursion Limit (OSHA)
ELExpansion Loop
ELEnterprise Links (Internet)
ELElectronic Links (Internet)
ELExploration Lease (mineral exploration)
ELEmergency Limit
ELEngineering Letters
ELEarnings Level
ELElectric Logs (Oil Industry Old Term)
ELEdge Lift (of a contact lens)
ELEntrepreneurial Leave
ELErie Lackawanna Railway Company
ELElectric Start-Long Shaft (boat motors)
ELEddy Loss
ELEnforcement Layer
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In Wanted, starring Angelina Jolie, Morgan Freeman and James McAvoy, the elevated trains surrounding the gallery were the main draw for filming.
In pursuit of a fast-moving and rapidly changing modernity, Basil March utilizes all manner of transportation, but it is only while riding New York's elevated train system that his vision can encompass the city as a knowable and representable totality.
1880s-1930s: The current Market Hotel residents believe the space, which is located in Brooklyn underneath the elevated train tracks at Broadway and Myrtle, originally opened as a bank years before the dawn of the 20th century.
His chosen subjects--among them birds, children, the elderly, the elevated train, storefronts, parks, and glamor girls--mark the limits of his world.
THREE Canadian boys, barely into their teens, are suspected of robbing seven banks over six weeks, handing the cashier a note in each case and using Vancouver's elevated train to make their getaway.
The highest lead contamination occurred directly beneath elevated train trestles, where concentrations of the metal routinely reached many thousands of parts per million (ppm).
Its closing leaves "a small hole in the heart of the Loop," (the section of Chicago's downtown bordered by the elevated train tracks), said Ty Tabing, the director of the Chicago Loop Alliance.
In the early twentieth century, economic concerns such as quick movement of freight, desire to increase ridership and to move workers to jobs more efficiently, and to reduce traffic congestion and accidents, eventually resulted in the creation of the subway-surface and elevated train lines through Center City, which promoted use by the working classes through cheaper fares, and made possible for them the separation of home from business that had promoted middle-class suburbanization.
As in other superhero movies, the romance (Katie Holmes as Rachel) never gets off the ground, but the elevated train (built by Bruce's father) is exciting and there are lots of chases and one-on-one fighting.
The Loop, named for the elevated train tracks that encircle it, not only attracts students but the conveniences those students demand--affordable restaurants and cafes, and parking for an almost entirely commuter population.
Presenting unorthodox city views, snapshots captured from elevated train lines and hotel rooms, with zoom-lens perspective, ordinary windows frame extraordinary scenes of private lives.