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  • n. Plural form of booth.


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  • In many other cities, when electronic ticketing machines are introduced, staffing in booths is drastically reduced.

    Un transit « BuzzMachine

  • That they can't afford to return to the booths is just too bad.

    Clinton makes case at DNC

  • Part of the experience is walking the rows of band and indie label booths, where you find T-shirts, CDs and DVDs for a lot less — a lot — than at regular concerts.

    Buzzine » Warped Tour 2009 in Ventura

  • The Multi-Modal system being installed at toll booths is part of the overall scheme, but not the total solution to the problems Mexico will encounter in being fuly integrated into North American commerce.

    NAFTA Super Highway

  • Although I am as critical of KCE as anyone, complaining about the voting booths is really stretching it.

    Sound Politics: As Usual

  • It is protected by machine gunners in booths attached high on walls, and by loose groups of ill-disciplined Iraqi police, who mill around on the dirt out beyond the dogs.

    Hotel Baghdad

  • Americans away from the voting booths is that young people, eighteen to twenty-four years of age, are far and away leading this nonvoting trend.

    Young Voters Flee the Polls

  • Israelites having securely dwelt in booths or tabernacles in the wilderness, was the third of the three great annual festivals, and, like the other two, it lasted a week.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • The Jews were commanded during the whole period of the festival to dwell in booths, which were erected on the flat roofs of houses, in the streets or fields; and the trees made use of are by some stated to be the citron, the palm, the myrtle, and the willow, while others maintain the people were allowed to take any trees they could obtain that were distinguished for verdure and fragrance.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Some imagine that it was designed to remind the Israelites of the time when they had no cornfields to reap but were daily supplied with manna; others think that it suited the convenience of the people better than any other period of the year for dwelling in booths; others that it was the time of Moses 'second descent from the mount; while a fourth class are of opinion that this feast was fixed to the time of the year when the Word was made flesh and dwelt -- literally, "tabernacled" -- among us (Joh 1: 14), Christ being actually born at that season.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible


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