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  • n. A telephone box


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  • He observed the A.A. phone box where Konrad had rung up Beaut Siegfried on the night Chloe Pye had died, and came up through the woods where Uncle William’s bird’s nest still perched, empty and forgotten.

    The Fashion in Shrouds

  • From a phone box in Sevenoaks I rang Grace's cellphone to find her in fits of laughter.

    the mission song

  • I retraced Golden Malt's steps to a phone box we had passed in the village and, juggling reins and coins, took the trainer away from his breakfast.

    To The Hilt

  • I stopped at a phone box and, on the pretext of wanting Gregori's address made two unnecessary calls, to Weybridge first who couldn't, as I knew he couldn't, help me and to Cliveden who could and did.

    The Satan Bug


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