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telephone booth

telamones at Agrigentum
An enclosure for a telephone in a public area.
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Authorities said suspected militants set fires on tires, cell towers, telephone booths, buildings and closed-circuit cameras.
Printing of (prepaid) cards for use at public telephone booths. Ref.
"In those days, as there were no cellphones, people used to queue up in front of telephone booths to call their near and dear ones.
At any rate, it got your loyal scribe to thinking back to the day when there actually were telephone booths - or as my friends who used to work for Verizon call them, pay stations.
The Freedom Booths, which looks like old telephone booths from the 60s, include a laptop fitted with a web camera and a telephone system through which consumers can make voice calls to their loved ones and record the ideas and messages they would like to share with others.
Several years ago, public telephone booths were installed across the country, but they have not been working for around a year, depriving Salameh and others of a popular means of inexpensive communication.
To complete the London 'experience', there are authentic street signs, red telephone booths, lamp posts, and post-boxes all imported from the UK.
bodies, about yesterday's air in telephone booths, about flights
Summary: AL GHARBIA -- Al Gharbia Municipality and etisalat jointly removed the unused telephone booths in the Mizeraa locality.
In which case, BT phone books in telephone booths at the end of every street over the last 50 years must have threatened whole communities, as would, according to the release, talking 'out loud down the pub' - astonishing.
The iconic BT telephone booths are being axed all over the country as the telecommunications company bids to cut its costs.
There were computer screens and telephone booths, interactive guides and even a greeter at the door.