bowling alley

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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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LIVERPOOL is set for a battle of the bowling alleys, as a SECOND firm has announced plans for a late-night city centre venue.
Frightened families fled from the bowling alley and they even had to be evacuated from the nearby soft play world as the operation unfolded.
Speaking to Sky News during the siege, chief executive of MFA Bowl Mehdi Afshar said he believed two members of staff had been held hostage at the bowling alley.
Committee member Cllr Peter Douglas Osborn said it was "very sad" that the gym and bowling alley were to go despite local opposition.
The blue movie shot at PSL Bowling Alley, which is now to be demolished
The building would not include a bowling alley but instead would be divided into five or six suites at the corner of Willamette Street and West 25th Avenue, the plans show.
I was there for about two years and it was the first bowling alley I worked in.
The source said that other people who parked at the bowling alley last night were charged 5 dollars and Brown believes that he was singled out as he is famous.
Students from the NYU Stern School of Business assisted in helping with plans for the bowling alley, which is slated to open in December.
At Stirling Sheriff Court yesterday, Kennith Gray, 34, admitted the offence on August 1 in front of girls, aged 12 and 13, at the AMG Bowling Alley in the town.
In September MFA Bowl also closed its bowling alley on Westgate Road, in Newcastle, leaving regular bowlers just hours to collect their belongings.
The developers of a "boutique bowling alley" will have to wait to find out whether they have been granted an alcohol licence after the committee took extra time due to concerns from Merseyside Police.
An operator of the bowling alley is not named in the newly submitted plans and the project is expected to create ten full-time jobs and up to 20 part-time roles.