In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(de prensa y libros) (in station) quiosco masculine(at market) puesto de libros masculine
- For this weekend only, book lovers will be able to follow the ‘book trail’ around the numerous temporary bookstalls that will be dotted around the picturesque Kilkenny town.
- To kill that half-hour break after lunch, do browse in one of the pavement bookstalls, avoiding those selling only pirated books.
- The other thing that struck me was the number of bookstalls on street corners.
- The stuff of pulp novels at airport bookstalls is a reality.
- While I am enjoying the sunshine, I browse the second hand bookstall.
- Bibliophiles can always go to some of the older bookstalls specialising in second-hand books just off Brigade Road or on Avenue Road.
- Shoppers stroll through the bookstalls, cafes and flower marts that line the Ramblas, the promenade near the medieval quarter of Barrio Gotico.
- His routine begins with receiving as many as 40 books meant for both children and adults in English and Tamil from a bookstall at the Anna Bus Stand.
- There will also be a mind, body and spirit bookstall, flower essences and aloe vera products for sale, and a café area providing healthy refreshments.
- One hot afternoon I picked up a book on a second-hand bookstall in the old town and I read that the literary career is ‘une affaire de longue haleine’.
- Apart from the bookshops, they can be found on numerous unattended open-air bookstalls, exposed to the elements: sun-beaten and often soaked with rainwater.
- He came to have bookstalls on virtually every railway station in the land, and thus sold vast quantities of books, newspapers, and magazines.
- The ambience is one of art and history, the main focus of this 57-year-old bookstall on Brigade Road.
- I know there are in Belfast tidy gardens of roses, bookstalls with shelves of poetry, cats soaking up sun in shop windows.
- The second-hand bookstalls on the Passeig de Gracia will sell you yellowed copies of Civil War newspapers celebrating exaggerated or imaginary victories over Franco.
- There will be various stalls including a bookstall, cake stall, bric-a-brac and tombola.
- We're all familiar with the simple urban pleasure of browsing around open air bookstalls looking for that elusive first edition.
- A good number of members joined and the room was greatly appreciated by those who lived in outside places, away from the railway, bookstalls and newsagents.
- The edition being limited, it was advisable to apply early for copies, which were on sale at all booksellers, bookstalls and newsagents, priced 3d.
- One reader, describing the paucity of music available, compared it to ‘an airport bookstall, only without the gum and cigarettes’.
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