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conveyor belt
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • He walked them to the far wall where a wide conveyor belt entered the room in a graceful curve, vaguely resembling a baggage claim carousel.
  • The man pointed to a large electronic podium facing the conveyor belt.
  • When you are finished with your box, you place it back on the conveyor belt, insert your key again, and the process is reversed.
  • Langdon was already moving toward the electronic podium near the conveyor belt.
  • New gears engaged, and the claw transported the box to the far side of the vault, coming to a stop over a stationary conveyor belt.
  • Once the arm was clear, the conveyor belt whirred to life.
  • Upstairs, Sophie and Langdon exhaled in relief to see the conveyor belt move.
  • The conveyor belt entered the room on their right through a narrow slit beneath a retractable door.
  • The metal door slid up, and a huge plastic box appeared, emerging from the depths on the inclined conveyor belt.
  • As he closed the door behind him, Vernet saw the heavy-duty plastic case on the conveyor belt and halted in his tracks.
  • As Langdon shed his jacket, Vernet hurried over to the conveyor belt, closed the now empty crate, and typed a series of simple commands.
  • The conveyor belt began moving again, carrying the plastic container back down to the vault.

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  • A conveyor belt is used to transport luggage at the airport.
  • Most luggage conveyor belts work at a speed of about 1 meter/second.

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