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telephone booth

telamones at Agrigentum
An enclosure for a telephone in a public area.
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The PSNI officer leading the investigation into the cold-blooded shooting said a call was made placing the food order from a phonebox on the junction of the Antrim Road and Cliftonville Road in North Belfast at 9.
I was too young to be aware of the legend of Yellow Sam, would have been more interested in the sweets big Benny O'Hanlon had in his pockets as he gamely soliloquised to a dialling tone while the queue formed outside that solitary Bellewstown phonebox.
RE: The story on the phonebox in Whittaker Road (Telegraph, October 8).
Other trades for the week have seen Fleethire swap their Touring Car Hospitality day at Silverstone for an iPad with Phonebox and their Kwikfit service for a round of golf and lunch at Henley-in-Arden Golf Club with overnight accommodation.
some canny street artist has posted a graphic of Liverpool FC manager Kenny Dalglish on a phonebox in Speke Road, Purchase: www.
30pm from a phonebox in the Lapatsas area between Tseri and Deftera.
We traced the phone call but it appeared that the man called from a public phonebox," the official said.
Back in those days there were no sub goalies or mobile phones so I had to trudge around Methil to find a phonebox so I could call home and tell the family I had been binned after only one match back in.
went mode, meaning phonebox pants For example, United Airlines are being investigated over the death of a giant rabbit on one of their planes.
She was relieved, and went over, pulled the heavy door of the phonebox open, stepped inside - and saw that it was empty.
Even if you haven't been in a phonebox for years (and let's be honest, it was never a pleasant experience), they're an iconic symbol of Britain.
A stunning display created by Hopton In Bloom volunteers and top: |Anne Blamires in a floral phonebox