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noun as in gazebo

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Ticket holders can even buy drinks and merchandise at kiosks.

As soon as the fair started, I scanned the room checking out the titles at each kiosk.

In addition, Google held one of their Product Fairs where Googlers set up kiosks showing off projects they are working on.

Now a service-dog handler will be able to check in online or at a kiosk, just like any other passenger, with the same time requirements.

The company is bringing together these three channels in what it is calling MyMcDonald’s—an experience that includes elements like mobile ordering and digital menu boards and kiosks.

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In May, Daugaard traveled to neighboring Minnesota to open a kiosk in the Mall of America to attract workers to his state.

A secret trap door in the kiosk below the clock leads to a spiral staircase down to the lower level info booth.

Maybe he chose the elementary school in part because the high-school entrance has a security kiosk manned by a guard.

Upon your return, an officer from Customs and Border Protection directs you to a kiosk that looks like an ATM.

A border kiosk, however, may be worth consideration, he says.

But Momoy had attended the wedding, so his posthumous emotion can be appreciated: he had been near the kiosk.

He stepped out of a kiosk onto an upper deck, thirty feet above the surface.

A veritable kiosk of dreamland now, which one feels is about to disappear for ever under these waters which will subside no more!

No doubt, round their Kiosk there are crowds all day, in roars of laughter, at the chaffing perpetually going on.

They embraced and kissed each other, and the sister led the brother up into the kiosk, and had his horse taken to a stable.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to kiosk, such as: booth, newsstand, stall, bandstand, rotunda, and stand.

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