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kiosk

A small, freestanding retail location within the confines of another business or in the common areas of a shopping center. Kiosks represent a method of significantly expanding real estate income without raising rents or building more space.The term is sometimes used to denote only self-service locations,with the attended sites called carts.(For more information see the Web site of the Self Service and Kiosk Association, www.selfservice.org.)

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An unknown amount of money was stolen from a car park cash box at the Marian, Dolgellau, before the brothers travelled to Carno where a BT telephone kiosk was targeted and the cash box containing PS229 stolen.
If the IRA had a 30-minute window from the time of planting the bombs to their detonation, l defy anyone who says that they couldn't have got to a working telephone kiosk and phoned through a warning about the impending explosions.
Dave Harper, 43, a production engineer at Mangel in Kinmel Bay, is designing the mould for the 200 telephone kiosks. They will be manufactured elsewhere.
A lot of these telephone kiosks have got Grade II Listed status, yet they are being shipped out to the Arab Emirates and I think that is a tragedy."
"Rural telephone kiosks still provide a vital element of communication to people living in rural areas", Deputy Naughton said yesterday.
Drunks clambered on telephone kiosks which were systematically smashed, the door of one being paraded about like a trophy.
Design of elements such as signage, telephone kiosks, lighting and furniture is consistent throughout the various stations, as is the use of materials.
By selecting images carefully, we conveyed the excitement of dance in posters on buses and telephone kiosks. Revenues--ticket sales and contributions--have increased more than 60 percent in the last three years.
Hamed's face also appears on buses and telephone kiosks across the Big Apple.
POLICE are calling for information after thieves stole cash from nine telephone kiosks in Gateshead and Newcastle.
Mrs Hall, who is a candidate for the town in the forthcoming local election, said: "Following a number of complaints from concerned residents in Elland regarding the cleanliness, both inside and out, of the two telephone kiosks at the end of Southgate I have taken this matter up with BT.