In May, Daugaard traveled to neighboring Minnesota to open a kiosk in the Mall of America to attract workers to his state.
Upon your return, an officer from Customs and Border Protection directs you to a kiosk that looks like an ATM.
A secret trap door in the kiosk below the clock leads to a spiral staircase down to the lower level info booth.
Go back to the Vizier's kiosk while he hath not noticed thy absence.
The Sultan, from his kiosk, the windows of which opened on the Bosphorus, counted the ships.
Azrael returned to the kiosk, where Hassan Pasha was still sleeping the deep sleep of opium.
He pointed with his cane in the direction of the chatterers near the kiosk.
French monarchs; and Selim, struck by its magnificence, determined to build a kiosk in imitation of it.
In the kiosk of my garden, the princess is now a willing prisoner.
In the other kiosk the children were eating under the direction of their teacher.
1620s, "open pavilion," from French kiosque (17c.), from Turkish koshk, kiöshk "pavilion, palace," from Persian kushk "palace, portico." Later of newsstands (1865). Modern sense influenced by British telephone kiosk (1928).
A stall set up in a public place where one can obtain information, e.g. tourist information. The information may be provided by a human or by a computer. In the latter case, the data may be stored locally (e.g. on CD-ROM) or accessed via a network using some kind of distributed information retreival system such as Gopher or World-Wide Web.