Recent Examples of turnstile from the Web
The addition of transit turnstiles, a subway token-studded floor and a vintage phone booth transformed into a photo booth further up the authenticity of this venue.
After two years on the sidelines, after the greatest comeback in college football history, the Blazers will be under greater scrutiny than ever before, on the field and at the turnstiles.
This year’s 50th-anniversary show was extra special: turnstile attendance for an estimated 60,000 con-goers reached a record-breaking 209,000, and for the first year ever, the con sold out well before the doors opened on Thursday.
The concert grossed $2.1 million with an attendance of 19,296 - a 36% increase on the turnstile count over her last performance in the venue during 2013’s Born This Way tour.
Yet the Impossible Dream would be so much more than the number of fans pushing through the turnstiles.
Defensive end Chris Long treated Matt Tobin like a turnstile on consecutive rushes.
But Ogbuehi has been a human turnstile whenever the Bengals have played him, and Fisher hasn’t been much better.
Annual attendance has dropped steadily since 2010, when attendance was about 275,000, to 2016, when 213,000 ticket holders crossed the stadium’s turnstiles.
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TURNSTILE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of turnstile for English Language Learners
: a gate at an entrance that has arms which turn around and that allows only one person at a time to pass through
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