bay stall

bay stall

(Brit.) A built-in window seat.
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GREAT BRITISH SUMMER: Bingo-goers flock to the Whitley Bay stall in 1964
If ships to Hudson Bay stalled there due to foul (meaning unfavourable) winds, or to no wind, all on board were subject to a "boisterous" experience--endured by Selkirk Settlers for fifteen days in 1811.
S > COMMENT: PAGE 20 BAY STALLS AS WESTMINSTER ACTS The Assembly Government has yet to name a date for the introduction of new measures to ban tobacco displays in shops.