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  • n. Plural form of boothy.


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  • Usually, a sketchbook is enough of a teaser- and if the feedback is null, it's best to retreat to safer harborslike talking about the boothies actual product This goes for other festivals as well- I've seen people totally disrespect a craftsperson's work to their face.

    How NOT to Pitch at a Convention

  • The Shaykhs took all the water which could be found in the palm-boothies near the shore, and drank coffee behind a bush.

    The Land of Midian

  • The boothies were packing up, carrying boxes to the cars and pickups parked in the narrow streets.

    Knight Of Ghosts And Shadows

  • Eric moved carefully through the thickening traffic on the dusty lane, past the travelers haggling with the boothies over their wares.

    Knight Of Ghosts And Shadows

  • Both vendors and boothies need to arrive by 9 a.m. to set up.

    The Union - All Categories

  • &c. Lismore, the most famous of Mochuda's foundations, became within a century of the saint's death, one of the great monastic schools of Erin, attracting to his halls, or rather to its boothies, students from all

    Life of St. Declan of Ardmore and Life of St. Mochuda of Lismore


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