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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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Today, time has dimmed the enormity of his crimes but William Booth still lives on, having given his name to a whole new area of housing and shops which has been developed in recent years, Booth's Farm.
flour, mud, stones and cabbage stalks' - William Booth 'felt like singing all the time'.
2019 marks the 190th anniversary of the birth of William Booth, one of Britain's most important, yet least known, men.
A Lord Michael-Rogers B Lord Baden-Powell C Lord Rydon-Dale D Sir William Booth 14.
Which international Christian organisation was founded in 1865 by William Booth? 9.
William Booth was a Methodist Minister who being unhappy devoting himself to a regular Parish, much prefered to be more of a traveling Evangelist Preacher.
Address : Numro National D~identification : 22860001100016, Bibliothque Dpartementale De La Vienne2 Rue William Booth, 86000, Poitiers, F
(structured a $6,893,000 loan for William Booth Towers, project-based Section 8 and age-restricted rental community in Orlando, Florida.
Which Christian organisation was founded in 1865 in London by William Booth? Which Marxist theorist directed the Red Army to victory as war commissar during the civil war of 1918 to 1920?
He was born in Fulneck, Pudsey, on June 23, 1916, and eight days later, on July 1, another of the town's white flannelled heroes, Major (his first name not his rank) William Booth, was to die in the trenches on the first day of the Somme offensive, aged 29.
I am a Salvationist and would refer to a man like William Booth, who because of his faith in a God who loved him began an organisation that is now working in over 100 countries bringing hope to a despairing world.
The Salvation Army was founded as the Christian Mission in the slums of London in 1865 by former Methodist minister, William Booth. It began operations in Australia in 1880.