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  • noun

Synonyms for booth

Synonyms for booth

a table (in a restaurant or bar) surrounded by two high-backed benches

Related Words

United States actor and assassin of President Lincoln (1838-1865)

a small shop at a fair

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Those Booths are all a mite queer," said Captain Jim.
Booth 818; Phone: 800-978-2737; Fax: 480-991-0791; www.
Oregon Sustainable Industry Business Lounge--"Start a conversation here," Booth 500
To learn more about how CMS's Transmittal 262 can increase your Medicare resources, come to Booth 1445 at the AAHSA Convention for a mini-seminar.
Energy-saving all-electric machines will continue to be a big draw at NPE, where new designs or upgraded models will be found in virtually every press maker's booth.
Prize drawings will be held at the ARMA booth (1027) during the program breaks on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
And while the robot was the primary focus of attention during the development program, the Fanuc engineers took into account the fact that a robot wouldn't be working by itself painting automotive exteriors, that it would be part of a system of multiple robots, working in a booth.
At the Hercules Corporation booth, visitors were entertained by a masochistic, card-trick playing magician, who invited volunteers to throw things at him after having them tie his hands up until they turned blue.
In A Call to Greatness, William Booth, a Progressive National Baptist Church (PNBC) pastor, chronicles the story of his father's important, indeed primary, role in founding the PNBC in the 1960s.
The Quartz Hill High students beat out 22 other FFA student chapters in designing an information booth that showcases California's agriculture industry.
Booth, a member of the board of management for Munich Re.
His critical introduction which, Booth announces, attentive readers can "profitably skip" (1) because it simply replicates the kind of readings offered in his book, explores the "buried nuggets of unreason" (11) in various nursery rhymes, proverbs, jingles, and popular songs (such as "Home on the Range"), not to mention Prince's Purple Rain, and a brief comparison of two versions of The Maltese Falcon.
But such commonplace fixations alone would scarcely command attention were they not framed--literally in this case--by historical reference, that is, in soldered metal made by Booth to recall the leaded glass of the nineteenth century.
Designed to promote the foundry industry, this exhibit is a group effort supported by individual foundries, allowing each foundry to display their literature and staff the booth Dart-time if they choose.
DETROIT, March 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Booth American Company has signed a contract to purchase WMXD (FM), Detroit, from Fritz Broadcasting, in a transaction valued at approximately $22 million.