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A Cardiff bowling alley. (TV: Day One)

A bowling alley housed the lanes and equipment used in the sport of bowling. It also sometimes meant the lanes themselves. Bowling alleys went uphill, (PROSE: The Coming of the Terraphiles) and bowling balls were rolled up them with the intention of knocking over the pins at the end. (TV: Day One) The Centre provided British citizens with bowling alleys, as well as cinemas, holo-death-decks, restaurants and, most of all, shops. (PROSE: Christmas Every Day?)

In an attempt to explain what he thought of the concept of the prank call to his father, Bob Salmon gave the example of calling a bowling alley and asking if they had ten-pound balls. (PROSE: Blue Box)

Roz Forrester speculated that, among other things, a bowling alley might be on the other side of mirrored glass. (PROSE: Original Sin)

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