Anybody who has used telephone booths
through the years can talk in detail about phone booths in disrepair.
Telerep is currently installing community telephone booths
in several villages.
After installing public telephone booths
in Guatemala City, Telefonica plans to connect the country's other 21 departments.
This is even more of a challenge when the IT installation is concerned with rack mount, but engineers at nStor (San Diego, CA) must have college experiences in packing people into telephone booths
(remember those?) because they have announced a new family of SAN storage solutions that packs eight disk drives into less than 3.5 inches (or 2U) of rack space.
Like his 42nd Street Structures, an installation shown at American Fine Arts in 1995 that explored the architecture of the sex industry, Burr's Minimalist cabanas evoke confessionals, bathroom stalls, telephone booths
, and closets: cubicles scaled to the single human body, which in the guise of facilitating privacy instead promote voyeurism and display.
The telecoms group, famous for its white telephone booths
and cheap local calls, is also expected to raise about pounds 150 million from the float to help it develop its network and provide new services.
To reinforce the above activities, a series of media strategies were devised to clearly convey the "suncup" image, the strapline, and the sentiment "Tea - discover the goodness." These included publicity campaigns in telephone booths
, on a fleet of Barcelona buses, and in the metro.
No wonder that she spends a great deal of her time huddled under stairwells and in telephone booths
It was as though exuberant boys and girls had ducked into separate telephone booths
and emerged as businesslike young men and women.
Throughout DSS, branded Surprize Telephone Booths
placed throughout The Dubai Mall will be ringing randomly, inviting passing shoppers to answer the call for a chance to win an instant prize upon answering a trivia question correctly.
20 st; telephone booths
about 2 hours; emergency pillars approx.
DOHA ONCE upon a time the public telephone booths
or Qtel public call offices used to be the most important medium of communication for the expatriates in Qatar.