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I ran to a telephone booth, made a dozen quick calls and scheduled six radio interviews and two evening on-air television appearances.
Goddard's first flight of a liquid-fueled rocket will always be one of the leading moments in science, though the little machine, about the size of a telephone booth, barely got above the tree line.
On January 25, 1976, a 32-year-old white female used a telephone booth at a gas station in Judsonia, Arkansas.
Verizon, for instance, has reduced its nationwide telephone booth fleet to 425,000, down 25,000 in the last two years.
A clever set sums up the neighborhood with Big Ben, a double-decker bus, a red telephone booth, and the neon of sleazy strip joints.
Most roadside distress calls are now made to the motoring group from mobile phones, and the AA believes this is making the famous telephone booth a thing of the past.
It's not so much a telephone booth as a telephone tooth.
Signed by Tucson, Arizona, resident Robert Kupbens, 79, it read in part: "Dear Sir, I found this wallet in a telephone booth in Bakersfield, California in 1951....
For example, in describing one of Malik's first encounters with some Harlem homeys, Jackson writes, "As I stood there it was like Malik had left his friends on the stoop and was standing in front of me, forty in hand, then spitting in my face, `Black boy blending.' The park was hardly a telephone booth and Superman I wasn't, but with a slow swagger I walked toward the group standing outside of the townhouse like I belonged in the neighborhood and they were mere loiterers.
Today `Bible House' is a popular bookshop with a public telephone booth attached.
Osama Jawabreh was killed Sunday morning when a bomb exploded in a telephone booth he was using.
A young man seen in a public telephone booth in Takaoka, Toyama Prefecture on Monday afternoon was the suspect in a kidnapping case, police sources said Tuesday.
The dagger was in a large envelope marked "handle with care" and was left behind a telephone booth, he added.
The terrified owner was later reunited with his pet after travelling across the border from Newry and leaving a pounds 1,800 ransom in an envelope in a public telephone booth.
Only in the final shots, when Gravina is shot down in a telephone booth, is the brutality of murder actually portrayed on the screen, and with devastating effect.