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Booth

Informal; a cubicle on the New York Stock Exchange. Member firms use booths to take orders for trade, which are then executed on the trading floor. Members then use the booths to communicate the trade back to a client. With the advent of Blackberries and other personal digital devices, some members have begun using these instead of the booths. See also: Telephone booth.
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A Speed machine in the booth of Top Grade Molds will also demonstrate in-mold decorating.
Reduced capital expenditure, taking into account not just the robot, but also the entire booth.
The grossest display award goes to Bug Doctor pest controllers, who decorated their booth with hundred of giant cockroaches.
Taylor longed for reform in the NBC, but Venchael Booth, by 1960, was agitating for a new convention.
The students' booth will be set up in the Hall of States section, where every state association will have information on display about what kind of agriculture the state has.
While Booth and von Stockhausen were pleased to hear their colleagues talk about price increases at the 44th annual Rendez-Vous de Septembre in Monte Carlo, they hope the turnaround won't be short-lived.
Here Booth uncovers the body in order to reveal, as he has stated, its "opaqueness.
First-time exhibitors must start from scratch by contacting a booth display company.
Organizations exhibit at trade shows for a wide variety of reasons, but whatever their purpose, those who get results have a plan, says the Trade Show Bureau's Lorimer: "It doesn't matter how wonderful your booth is if you don't develop a marketing plan, set goals for the event and implement a plan to achieve those goals.
Day-to-Day Management and Operations of All Booth Creek Resorts Expected to Remain Unaffected