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billiard table

noun
1.
an oblong table with a slate surface covered by a cloth and enclosed by a raised rim of vulcanized rubber, for use in playing billiards.
Origin of billiard table
1635-1645
1635-45
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  • Newspapers printed in various languages are spread out on an old billiard table.
  • On the main floor, guests will find a casual environment with a fireplace and a billiard table.
  • There are a number of beers on tap, an outside deck open during the summer and a billiard table upstairs.
  • You'll find a lobby with a fireplace, billiard table and hot tub on premises.
  • He laid rabbit bones on his billiard table to measure their variations and spent eight years studying barnacles.
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  • The inn offers a gas grill for a romantic dinner beside the pool, a telescope for stargazing, and a billiard table.
  • The land becomes a wide green billiard table on which tiny human insects toil up and down.
  • Keeping billiard table or slot machine for gambling purpose.
  • No live entertainment will be allowed outside in the patio area other than a single billiard table.

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