We chose a seafood establishment where we knew a back booth would provide the privacy we needed for our important postponed conversation.
The description of that vehicle is plastered at every toll booth, state police barracks and wire service from here to California and back.
She shook off the rain in the doorway and crossed to the small booth near the bar that she and her father usually shared.
"It's from the gentleman o'er there," he said and indicated a booth near the door with the tilt of his head.
Despite the pub's standing room only capacity, the table next to her booth was empty.
After a short wait, the four were seated in a booth and began to work on chips and salsa as the adults ordered drinks.
Her step slowed as she neared a booth with an assortment of kitchen décor.
Just a road leading to the small parking area and a closed ticket booth for the ferry.
They made their way to a small group at one side of the bar and squeezed their way into a booth meant for four and already holding four.
It was three miles before he came to a closed gas station, but there was a phone booth outside.
"They can't get far with a smashed windshield," he said to Fred as he plopped down in a booth to catch his breath before the police arrived.
At the restaurant, he led her to a secluded booth and waited until she was seated.
Is there a phone booth around here?
She grunted and left the booth, pausing to text Gerry to let him know she was still working.
Nine days later, while lying ill at his home at Washington, he was attacked by one Lewis Powell, alias Payne, a fellow-conspirator of John Wilkes Booth, at the same time that Lincoln was assassinated.
WILLIAM BOOTH (1829-), founder and "general" of the Salvation Army, was born at Nottingham on the 10th of April 1829.
In 1864 Booth went to London and continued his services in tents and in the open air, and founded a body which was successively known as the East London Revival Society, the East London Christian Mission, the Christian Mission and (in 1878) the Salvation Army.
The army is a quasi-military organization, and Booth modelled its "Orders and Regulations" on those of the British army.
It was the staff officer who had turned him out of the booth at Grunth.