pool hall


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pool hall

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poolhall

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(Billiards & Snooker) a hall or establishment where pool, billiards, etc, are played
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A 42-year-old man has been sentenced to 5 1/2 years in prison after admitting to robbing an Aurora pool hall in December 2017.
The Trainspotting writer, 59, said he had often spent time in Edinburgh's iconic Diane's Pool Hall in Haymarket.
Llanishen Leisure Centre swimming pool was forced to shut "after one of the lighting stanchions in the pool hall roof fell into the pool", councillors were told in an email.
A BIRMINGHAM pool hall that lost its booze licence after a customer was shot dead has now been shut down after police received "specific and credible information" about a threat to public safety.
There's a pool hall that used to be called 1001 Pool Halls, then 1000 Pool Halls, then Pool Hall, and now Pool Room.
A POOL hall from hell which opened illegally has finally been told to pot its last ball after complaints of arson, robbery, vandalism and fighting.
NEWCASTLE City Council's planning bid to close and convert the small pool hall in the Grade II-Listed City Baths, pictured, is premature and unnecessar y.
Massey Knakal Realty Services has sold a 2-story commercial building that most recently operated as the largest pool hall in the eastern United States at 5905 Broadway in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx in a transaction valued at $3,000,000.
Regulars to the local pool hall in Folsom, California, know that Austin is a force to be reckoned with.
Gracious and elegant proportions appear throughout the two-storey home which has a stunning hexagonal, galleried entrance hall, six bedroom suites, five grand reception rooms and an impressive indoor swimming pool hall.