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- n. Plural form of billiard table.
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1 John McLeod, of Johnston. moved to strike out the words negro traders and billiard tables in the first section, which was not agreed to.
Therefore quite as Hull-House tries to redeem billiard tables from the association of gambling, and dancing from the temptations of the public dance halls, so it would associate with a life of upright purpose those more engaging qualities which in the experience of the neighborhood are too often connected with dubious aims.