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telephone booth

telamones at Agrigentum
An enclosure for a telephone in a public area.
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This is also a safety hazard because the telephone booth may fall down at any time and injure a pedestrian who was passing by at the time.
THE Eiffel Tower was evacuated after officials received a bomb threat from a telephone booth, the second such alert at the monument in two weeks.
Preston, embarked on several time travelling adventures in a telephone booth.
The two men ran an illegal telephone booth from the apartment.
He admitted that there was still a big shortage of the telephone booth cards but promised to issue more of these cards and distribute them to all the distribution centers.
Police said the violence escalated as others built barricades in the streets and set fire to a car, a telephone booth and a portable toilet.
The first explosion occurred in a telephone booth and the second went off as crowds gathered.
Similarly, his photographs of a London telephone booth (Sicherung/London [Security/London], 2005) play on the theme of public versus private, as Kessler equipped that booth and six others with an internal deadbolt for extra privacy while making calls.
Two Japanese scientists have developed technology they hope will one day turn the telephone booth into a high-tech chamber for beaming holographic images, The Associated Press reports.
The subjects are told that if they are judged to be lying, even if they're not, they'll be locked in a dark room about the size of a telephone booth for 2 hours and subjected to intermittent blasts of noise.
I ran to a telephone booth, made a dozen quick calls and scheduled six radio interviews and two evening on-air television appearances.