billiard hall

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Synonyms for billiard hall

a room in which billiards is played

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The billiard hall was one more place which brought him into close contact with his fellows, at the same time, one more chance to stand out above most of them in ability.
The militant Sunni group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi claimed responsibility for the twin blasts at the billiard hall, which killed patrons and later those who rushed for rescue after the first explosion was set off.
The billiard hall was in an area which is dominated by Shia Muslims and often targeted by radical Sunnis.
A pounds 400,000 refurbishment of the Billiard Hall in St Michael's Ringway, West Bromwich, following a take-over by brewers J D Wetherspoon, has made it this year's winner of the Conversion to Pub Use category in the Campaign for Real Ale's Design Awards.
Parked outside a billiard hall, Bravo began to drive slowly as the Lexus approached, Melvin said.
The company now operates five adult entertainment clubs in Houston, New Orleans, Minneapolis and Austin as well as Tantra, a high energy discotheque and billiard hall in Houston.
Tenders are invited for Proposed Construction Of Billiard Hall On First Floor At ORH, Squash Court, Pandel With Green Room At Rail Club, Improvement Of Railway Stadium Ground And Steam Bath At Swimming Pool At Khurda Road Under The Jurisdiction Of DEN/HQ/KUR.
ACROSS the way from the Embassy was the Masque Ballroom, a billiard hall, and the Waldorf Picture House, shown (left) in a photo taken on March 24, 1960, by the late Dennis and Horace Hall.
A SERIES of bombings in different parts of Pakistan has killed 103 people, including 69 who died in a sectarian attack on a billiard hall in the city of Quetta, officials said.
Between 2010 and 2011, three more gymnasiums and one more billiard hall were added; while the other sports facilities remained unchanged.
My memories of this banner are, firstly, of it being against the back wall of the billiard hall in Derwent Street, up from the RAOB Club (which used to be my grandfather Teddy Marron's gentleman's hairdressers shop), as people paid their union fees on a Friday after school.
As a postman, I used to go with mates to Zans Snooker and Billiard Hall, when Jimmy and Tony Meo - then just schoolboys - played locals.
Rishon Letzion, near the Mediterranean coast south of Tel Aviv, was also hit by a suicide bomber two weeks ago when 15 Israelis were killed in a billiard hall.
The Half Moon in Mile End, east London, and the Billiard Hall in West Bromwich were named joint winners
They are as legendary as the Ritz itself, which was a billiard hall before becoming the Ritz.