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  • n. Plural form of kiosque.

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Examples

  • Selon le major Paquin, informer faussement les étudiants lors de leur passage à l'un des kiosques ne procurerait que des désavantages.

    Institution of higher what

  • Le pacifiste perçoit ces kiosques comme une forme de publicité « malsaine et subjective » exercée auprès des étudiants; une façon de les charmer en proposant le remboursement de leurs études et la subvention de leur baccalauréat.

    Institution of higher what

  • But Hizbullah had NO fixed facilities, unless you count the handful of watch kiosques on the border.

    Thursday, August 31, 2006

  • At the station and in the kiosques in the "Piazzas" of Leghorn, is sold an excellent little book with all the railway Time-tables, _L'Indicatore

    Itinerary through Corsica by its Rail, Carriage & Forest Roads

  • This is itself a work of art -- in red stone banded with white marble, surmounted by kiosques, and ornamented with mosaics in onyx and agate.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 17, No. 100, April, 1876

  • The English pavilion in the Galérie d'Iéna consists of four wooden structures representing Oriental mosques and kiosques, painted red and surmounted by numerous gilded domes of the bulbous shape so characteristic of the Indian architecture.

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

  • In a district by themselves the readers of the Koran -- or a set of people passing for such -- have their Persian, Tunisian, Morocco and Turkish kiosques, and the inhabitants seem perhaps one shade cleaner than they did in Philadelphia.

    Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, August, 1878

  • Gardens, kiosques, fountains, and groves are abundant around every Eastern capital: but Cafés on the very bosom of a rapid river, and bathed by its waves, are peculiar to this ancient city: they are formed so as to exclude the rays of the sun, while they admit the breeze; the light roof is supported by slender rows of pillars, and the building is quite open on every side.

    All About Coffee

  • Cafés and restaurants were scattered here and there among the trees, and twice a week military bands from the garrison played in the kiosques on the parapets.

    The King in Yellow

  • And everywhere, in the intense stillness, Red Cross flags hung motionless in the late afternoon sunshine; everywhere were posted notices warning the Republic of general mobilisation -- on dead walls, on tree-boxes, on kiosques, on bulletin boards, on the façades of public and ecclesiastical buildings.

    The Dark Star

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