Definition of billiard
—used as an attributive form of billiards a billiard ball
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Before that, he was employed by Brunswick Corporation, which operates bowling alleys and billiards centers and sells bowling equipment.
Mustoe and Wehmeyer got into an argument, which escalated to throwing items, apparently billiard balls, at each other.
The estate has three living spaces, a billiard room with oak paneling and highly detailed oak coffered ceilings, four bedrooms with pine floors, lavish bathrooms and large storage spaces.
The Esplanade house was built around 1855 as a library and billiard room for a house next door, and a second floor was added in the late 19th century.
A chef’s kitchen and breakfast nook open to a large family room with a bar and billiards.
Billiard claims her first state title, after the Covenant Day volleyball team came up just short, losing three straight years in the NCISAA 3A state championship game (2013-15).
Pool cues lie dormant on residence hall billiard tables.
The warehouse-style restaurant has 38 beers on tap as well as foosball, billiards, shuffleboard and Ping Pong tables.
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