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  • n. Alternative form of kiosk.

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Examples

  • But soon there came a difference between the organisation of the service following the British Prestel model and the French kiosque model.

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  • They could link their own computer to the central computers and use the service like a newspaper kiosque, promoting their own products.

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  • I shall carry my park up the hillside and plant on the highest point some pretty kiosque, whence, perhaps, my eyes may catch the shimmer of the Mediterranean.

    Letters of Two Brides

  • At last, having reached the kiosque, he went up to the gazebo, where little rose-windows afforded a view over each lovely landscape of the valley, and where he found his wife seated on a chair.

    Le Colonel Chabert

  • With quiet silence, it enshrouds the raiséd kiosque.

    Hung Lou Meng

  • Presently he took to strolling round the kiosque and solacing himself with these sights which captured the vision, till he chanced to cast a glance at the window which Aladdin by design had left unwrought and not finished like the rest.

    Tehran Winter

  • The Sultan forthright bade summon jewelers and goldsmiths, and ordered them he supplied from the treasury with all their needs of gold and gems and noble ores, and when they were gathered together, he commanded them to complete the work still wanting in the kiosque window.

    Tehran Winter

  • Now at that time Aladdin had gone in to his bride, the Lady Badr al-Budur, to inform her of her father's presence, and when he returned, the King asked him: "O my son, what is the reason why the window of this kiosque was not made perfect?"

    Tehran Winter

  • If you but go to a kiosque to get a _Figaro_, the white-capped marchande has something clever to say.

    Lippincott's Magazine, Volume 11, No. 26, May, 1873

  • Another Indian kiosque, and we are at the end of the row.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Volume 22. October, 1878.

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