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After death, many injuries, Japan wary of revolving doors

By Peggy Hernandez
Globe Correspondent / June 12, 2004

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Automatic revolving doors have become increasingly popular with Japanese architects. They help buildings efficiently regulate heat and air conditioning systems, they're easy to operate in high-rise complexes that create gusty winds, and they lend an air of technological sophistication. (Full Article: 642 Words)

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