bowling alley

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  • noun

Synonyms for bowling alley

a building that contains several alleys for bowling

Related Words

a lane down which a bowling ball is rolled toward pins

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Gerard said Thursday there are no city records of anyone applying for the necessary permits to install solar panels at the bowling alley.
That man was Paul Dennis Reid, who lived near the bowling alley and was later dubbed The Fast Food Killer after he was convicted of killing seven people in a series of raids on restaurants in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Chronicle understands that staff at the bowling alley have known about the closure for some time and many of them have been able to find alternative employment.
Strikes wasn't the first bowling alley in Lebanon -- there were two in west Beirut before the war started -- but it was the first fully automatic one.
It's a major turnaround for the country's 323 bowling alleys, which had been struggling to cope with a slump in business.
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The very first mention of a bowling alley in the Clinton Directory was Charles F.
The bowling alley struggled for years and finally went into receivership last June with the loss of 22 jobs.
The Kascada bowling alley in Durham closed 10 months ago when planners wanted to demolish it replace it with apartments.
We researched the feasibility of a bowling alley for about six months.
And to be able to afford living in a single-room apartment that is above a bowling alley and below another bowling alley, Grimes worked the night shift at the Springfield metalcasting facility.
PALESTINIAN leader Yasser Arafat invested more than $1m in a New York bowling alley advertised as an ideal location for bar mitzvahs for Jewish teenagers Arafat, who died last month, made the investment through a holding company he created called Onyx Funds, a financial magazine reported.
I think I did better in the video game than I will in a real bowling alley.
Harlem residents will soon be flocking to a gleaming new bowling alley, thanks to the vision of two local investor's and the commercial real estate firm of GVA Williams.
The Riverside Bowl 10- pin bowling alley celebrated its 40thanniversary at the end of 2003,but owner Ray McCadden is now planning to knock it down and make it bigger and better.