How to use Pub in a sentence

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  • She searched the busy pub with her gaze.

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  • Instead, she started a third bowl of the soup and watched the pub fill with people.

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  • Sean got you some clothes before he went to the pub for his shift.

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  • I took Sean's job at the pub.

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  • The name derives from the Wenlock brewery which once brewed ales here - the pub dates back to 1835.

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  • She hugged herself and hurried towards the door to the pub.

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  • Yully fled the pub for her car and opened the door with cold, fumbling hands.

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  • The best book of coloured plates is the Atlas der Alpenflora, in 5 vols., pub.

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  • Why is a Guardian working at the pub?

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  • A burly redhead who towered over her, his face was flushed from the heat of the warm pub.

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  • All the Guardians, like me and Sean, your bartender friend in that pub where we met, lost our magic.

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  • The Swan is the very epitome of what a good village community pub should be.

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  • These are perfectly proficient musicians doing a perfectly proficient rendition of an average pub rock band.

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  • He found solace in the pub, leaving the girls to mind the shop.

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  • An English garden with overflowing herbaceous borders adjoins the pub and boasts an abundance of outdoor seating.

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  • It's not uncommon with pub food to find the vegetables a mere afterthought, not a charge that can be leveled here.

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  • At last you can find the name of that deserted airfield or charming old pub!

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  • We pride ourselves in being a Real ale pub serving the best of local and national cask-conditioned ales.

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  • Clive eats pub curry SIR CLIVE has added fisticuffs to his already formidable verbal arsenal of offensive weapons against business rivals.

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  • Witch Trials suggests magic mushroom tea drunk from a dirty pub ashtray, an Ambrosian dishwater.

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  • Do you think you ' make more sense ' to a Northern Irish audience than to a crowd in a pub backroom in Cambridge?

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  • Trimmer Welsh, the muscle behind the gang, was causing a scene with the new barmaid in a pub.

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  • Are journey was made more bearable by a good old pub lunch on the way home.

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  • Also a mention for The beehive in Grantham, which has a real beehive outside instead of a pub sign.

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  • A trip to the pub was needed to help dear my increasingly befuddled brain.

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  • Being a Sam Smiths pub, the bar is geared toward proper pub drinking and features a bevy of hand-pulled ales.

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  • Not everyone slumps in front of their telly on a Saturday night or pops down to the pub to get blotto.

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  • At the same time The Lescar - being a mighty fine pub - serves booze which always helps.

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  • I feel like sitting in a pub and drowning my pain in good booze and good company, but I'll be there.

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  • Charlie and Amanda Digney turned a long-closed community boozer on London Road into a stylish, sophisticated pub complete with a stunning menu.

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  • By rights the next 100 words should be the standard issue bitter journalist slagging off local pub rock bores.

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  • In an attempt to relieve the boredom they decide to go to the pub.

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  • Thomas the eldest son decides to spend the night in the chapel of rest, Michael becomes involved in a pub brawl.

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  • Also ' The Pullman ' the pub near the level crossing in Grays which depicts the renowned Pullman railroad carriages painted umber and cream.

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  • When did you last hear somebody come into the pub and say they'd seen the first celandines in flower?

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  • Words cannot do justice to the startlingly diverse clientele mingling in the unpretentious gritty pub.

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  • But while its attempts to be original only serve to make it seem commonplace it is still a nice pub.

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  • The pub can be accessed from the main station concourse or the front entrance on Neville Street.

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  • The pub then had four separate rooms, several of which were rather cramped.

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  • He once sat in the pub drinking cranberry juice, only to be the butt of bar staff's jokes.

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  • Well, take the Students Union pub crawl, advertised with the flyer, 'The way to get wasted ' .

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  • Had the best afternoon sitting in the pub, read all the papers and I'm feeling very cultured and full.

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  • I met Jon in a rather dingy pub in Waterloo, London five years ago.

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  • My initials fears are immediately dispelled within seconds of his arrival in the North London pub at which we have agreed to meet.

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  • The inset for Consall Forge in the 2000 edition shows a pub, water and sewage disposal points.

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  • During the 1800's the pub was a popular resting place for welsh cattle drovers on their way to Northampton Market.

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  • This was Britain's first American style drugstore and replaced the White Hart pub.

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  • Back to the pub with a smoldering ember was the answer.

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  • If it all gets too energetic, you could always do a hiking pub crawl and raise a glass to the virgin huntress.

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  • The pub features a well equipped trade kitchen and a large ground floor cellar ideally equipped to cope with the large wet sales.

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  • A group of eight of us walked to a pub along a steep escarpment.

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  • I went out, saw a red glow and immediately evacuated the pub.

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  • Want a pointless pub factoid to spit out to friends while drinking in here?

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  • Coupled with stage fave a la pub rock and Hey Joe riff - Go Buddy Go.

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  • The 'carbon footprint ' is a calculation of how much carbon the pub emits during day to day operations.

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  • Not far away is the pub of the same name, which has been haunted in the past by phantom footsteps.

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  • The meeting point for the final Sunday fungal foray is the Red Lion pub in Grantchester.

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  • Around the 1880s the foundry Arms Pub was built, no doubt to slake the thirst of the foundry workers.

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  • See her glide around the floor, then glide around into the pub next door.

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  • With a fine selection of beers, Blackfriars makes a homely rendezvous for the avid pub goer.

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  • Stories about ghostly goings-on at the Broad Street pub have been circulating for decades.

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  • Pub grub goes gourmet With a smoking ban looming and beer sales dwindling, pubs are seeking their salvation in food.

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  • Some participating pubs will be offering good hearty classic pub grub with some special dishes cooked in ale!

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  • The Shed serves traditional pub grub in an easy, relaxing atmosphere.

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  • From pub grub to fine dining, cream teas to a la carte.

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  • An event was held some weeks ago at Dave Courtney's pub to raise the money for the new headstone.

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  • Sounds like Carl Barat having a hoedown at a pub in White Chapel.

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  • Anybody familiar with British pub culture, more especially ' blokes ' will find this an absolute hoot.

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  • This is a self-catering hostel, but with a pub nearby. 'A ' walks guaranteed anyone willing to lead a 'B ' group?

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  • Mr Marklew, who has run the hostelry for the past five years, today confirmed that he was leaving the pub next week.

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  • On Saturday we had silly games, then Mike went on a pub crawl and Steve went on a woefully ill-prepared walk.

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  • The heavens provide another rich source of pagan imagery within pub names.

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  • Well, in a previous incarnation, some of us used to work in Shalford, near a pub called " The Parrot " .

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  • There are 5 locks, a modern pub and the site of a former ironworks.

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  • In practice you tend to get a club night fuelled by the best pub jukebox in the world.

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  • The Temple Bar pub, while unashamedly promoting tourist kitsch, has the best beer garden in the city and excellent irish musicians.

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  • Incidentally, those who predicted the smoking ban would spell the death knell of the Irish pub couldn't have been more wrong.

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  • Project ' can we make wireless LAN reach the pub ' hasn't yet been completed however.

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  • A former landlady of the old Lion assured me that the cellar of the pub is definitely haunted!

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  • He'd been given a yellow rose by the pub landlady, insisting I smell it by shoving it up my nose.

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  • Crossed the Wye yet again at Boughrood Bridge where a kind pub landlady filled our water bottles.

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  • In future, according to the Bill, a pub landlord will need to apply for a premises license.

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  • Today friends joined us for lunch at the blue Lias pub (blue lias refers to the local stone ).

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  • It is around here that the old red lightship floating pub used to be.

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  • We holed into a pub and enjoyed a hearty lunch.

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  • The pub is open from 11.30 right through the day and evening; food is served lunchtime and evening and all day on Sunday.

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  • The pub was first served by local maltsters, F. Flinn, and held for many years by the Mullen family.

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  • They are also constructing two large manholes in the area opposite the Jolly Farmers pub.

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  • Nor were any Red Flags found fluttering among the neatly manicured lawns, expensive automobiles or in the local pub!

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  • Instead, I watched the match at the Wharf pub in Cardiff Bay.

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  • Aaah thats a bit better borris, with YA mates in the pub Been spending a little freely have we?

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  • Go into a pub or shop to call a mater to meet you Have your house keys ready before you reach the door.

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  • Alan in the pub - drinking a banana milkshake!

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  • This charming Victorian house is surrounded by open moorland yet only a 5 minute walk to the village pub!

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  • Inside we found a slightly musty pub with walls covered with beer mats.

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  • If he goes to the pub because she always nags him and puts him down and rejects him, who is in the wrong?

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  • Few would guess, however, that this is also the site of the former White Cross monastery of the pub's namesake.

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  • You should see some of the stuff i get up to after the pub on a Friday night!

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  • Ask for the family room for space with children, or you may prefer a cozy nook in the pub itself.

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  • Two actors who successfully bring the entire population of a typically northern pub to life play all fourteen characters.

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  • For a full obituary see the Pub notice board.

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  • A pub quiz team tackled a pair of armed men to the ground after they attempted to rob an off-licence.

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  • You could be working in a genuine outback pub, nannying, working in the wineries or roughing it on an outback pub, nannying, working in the wineries or roughing it on an outback farm.

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  • The key question was how much they owed to everyone, from the bank manager to the drinking pal at the local pub.

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  • So passionate is our love affair that our old paramour, the pub, is losing out.

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  • It also displays a range of pub paraphernalia on the walls, in case you need something to look at.

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  • This is the only pub in Ely with a Children's Certificate, tho families might choose to sit in the sun-trap patio.

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  • Unpretentious and authentic little patisserie sited between a strip club and an old pub.

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  • Nigel Haworth is chef patron at Northcote Manor, and opened the Three Fishes pub in Lancashireâs Ribble Valley last year.

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  • Not wishing to see the pub sat empty; they took a brief pause from the ride.

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  • Went to the Narrow boat pub for lunch where I had a very good chicken curry (£ 4.35) and Beryl had plaice.

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  • Facing the pub is a private house that was once the village Methodist chapel and nearby the village post office.

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  • In one large glass case I have installed a violent psychopath who I met previously in a nasty pub.

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  • A shorter walk in the other direction leads to Tresillian with its thatched pub serving a range of good quality bar meals.

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  • The spacious public areas include a themed pub and a brasserie.

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  • It's hoped that this will become a regular brew at this delightful, cozy pub.

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  • Most of these men have been in the betting shop for much of the afternoon having spent lunch in a nearby pub.

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  • It's an Irish pub that really is just a gig venue.

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  • The Old Thistle Inn is a traditional country pub which dates back to 1721.

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  • What is impresses us is the thought that Chris has put in to make this a family friendly pub.

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  • I might well be sitting next to you in your local pub chatting about the charms of the latest draft ale.

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  • The Drawbridge at Majors Green is a pleasant canalside pub.

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  • The Kings Head at Napton cross-roads is a good real ale pub with a restaurant.

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  • The final venue was a village pub, which catered for all our needs.

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  • Many months later, during the course of a pub quiz night, a Walt Disney Cartoon question cropped up.

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  • Gavin's material switches from friendly pub philosopher to ranting rabble-rouser with sharp one-liners and lively observations.

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  • Nearby Attractions Two great Lakeland pubs lie within a two-mile radius of the site providing excellent pub food.

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  • I would always be there with my cassette recorder, possibly missing a night in the pub to catch him.

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  • The men regrouped in the evening to go to the local English pub, the John Bull.

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  • They failed to make their agreed rendezvous in the Stickle Barn pub.

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  • From Bristol you can expect a gorgeous city that's big on coffee houses, friendly pub revelry and slow-paced shopping.. .

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  • Posted by Darren on 02 Nov 2004 Sam I have to get ruby has a take out from a pub in Sheffield.

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  • A pub for all those who wear rugby shirts in spirit, if not body.

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  • Farmers today sometimes still ruminate on these ideas after a few drinks down pub.

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  • Since then the pub has changed hands no less than eight times and had recently become quite run-down.

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  • No, the only truly shameful thing you can do in this city is to wear a Rangers shirt in a Celtic pub.

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  • Finished it about 8, had a super quick shave (bye bye chinny beard) and shot up the pub.

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  • In their application, Greene King have focussed on a clean sheet on crime at the pub in the past 12 months.

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  • The three walk into a pub and spot Noddy Holder wearing his trademark sideburns and tight trousers.

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  • Appalling weather required a quick relocation from the sea front to a pub skittle alley, but did nothing to dampen participants ' enthusiasm.

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  • A slug trap, or slug trap, or slug pub, can be recessed in the soil, filled with either a commercial bait or beer.

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  • The Trades Union Congress has supported Wetherspoon's move, praising the pub chain for acting to save staff from second-hand smoke.

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  • I believe they all had a snifter in The Royal pub in Clayton (just above the church) beforehand.

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  • Ed ale leads to Hope where there is a very snug little pub in which we had taken refuge from the rain last summer.

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  • This pub could knock the socks off ALL the soaps on TV.

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  • Then we hit the pub, where I stood David a white wine spritzer.

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  • After all, no one likes to go out to a pub for a drink and come back stinking of cigarette smoke.

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  • The pub was named in honor of Elvis Presley, whose brief stopover at the airport in 1960 was his only visit to Britain.

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  • The advance party had already sussed out the best pub for a meal.

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  • The pub is quite dark and cozy, with old wooden tables.

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  • She was particularly interested because she had recently acquired a small pewter tankard on which was engraved the name of the pub.

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  • We all say a big thank you to the big hearted folks who enjoy a tipple at the People's Pub!

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  • Went off to the pub at lunchtime and felt a bit tipsy!

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  • A pub table was then transposed over the moving image to create the dramatic scene.

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  • Local pub the Three Jolly Butchers emerged triumphant with their blazing yellow Albion kit, very kindly donated by the Brighton football club.

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  • Simon and Debbie deliberately chose a quiet pub away from the village for their afternoon tryst... and so did Tommy and Kirsty.

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  • We boast it like a badge, but don't share the nasal twang which warms this pub to life.

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  • A severely disabled man was beaten unconscious on his way home from a pub by three youths.

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  • We can then vacate the hall and continue chatting in a local pub.

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  • A small engine pottered about in the sidings opposite the pub, busily shunting wagons.

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  • Entertainment Coral pub lounge, equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, dance floor and bar, and even singing waiters!

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  • Last seen playing in a pub in mid wales in early 90s.

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  • We are not all walking wallets to be cornered in the pub by the Child Protection Agency.

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  • A former weaver 's cottage, it is situated round the corner from a good pub.

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  • Wednesday 19th Feb, downstairs at the Foundry Pub, 82-84 Great Eastern Street, EC2 at 7.30pm.

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  • Q for quiz nights Ask a local pub if you can hold a quiz evening on a quieter weeknight.

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  • The pub has an extensive wine cellar to complement its menu and a wide selection of local ales and beers.

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  • After each stop you have the option to take the winnings and go home or head on to the next pub.

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  • If pub rock sung by a bloke who clearly smokes forty woodbines a day butters your toast, then wonderful.

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  • On the brighter side, was back on the pub quiz trail last Monday.

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  • Gavin 's material switches from friendly pub philosopher to ranting rabble-rouser with sharp one-liners and lively observations.

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  • Back from the pub, on good evenings we sang raunchy songs and downed more ale around huge campfires.

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  • It literally reeked of stale smoke - more like the pub than a bedroom.

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  • Also another pub off of regent street near you called the RED LION.

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  • I kind of resent paying to get into a pub regardless of who is playing.

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  • From Bristol you can expect a gorgeous city that 's big on coffee houses, friendly pub revelry and slow-paced shopping...

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  • At the next mini roundabout turn left by the Tower Arms Pub into Thorney Lane.

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  • The shabby way things ended with Jen rubbed off on Pitt like nicotine on the walls of a pub, leaving him vaguely grubby.

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  • It was a run-down pub with things literally falling apart and as bad a reputation as you can get.

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  • A real old spit and sawdust pub that has survived a refit or two relatively unscathed (and undecorated).

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  • Cars screaming about, police sirens screaming, flashing lights, people shouting, a pub TV screen the size of very big thing.

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  • This pub has a good bar menu but it is sensible to avoid displaying club colors.

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  • And he slammed pub bosses for trying to boost business by offering double shots of spirits for just 10p.

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  • That means slogging round the uni circuit, the pub circuit and so on.

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  • A slug trap, or slug pub, can be recessed in the soil, filled with either a commercial bait or beer.

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  • The Trades Union Congress has supported Wetherspoon 's move, praising the pub chain for acting to save staff from second-hand smoke.

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  • We ate a very disappointing meal in a second very smokey pub.

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  • The drinking had stopped long ago, apart from a sociable pint once a week down the local pub.

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  • He seeks solace in the pub, leaving the girls to mind the shop.

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  • A decent enough pub, despite its spitting distance from Covent Garden location.

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  • The Red Lion Inn, a good country pub is a 200 yard stroll down the lane.

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  • An evening spent in the pub supping ale with a hearty meal.

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  • We all say a big thank you to the big hearted folks who enjoy a tipple at the People 's Pub !

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  • Went off to the pub at lunchtime and felt a bit tipsy !

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  • A great riverside pub from which you can watch the boats tootling down the river.

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  • We paid lip service to the touristy bit on arrival at Chester, followed by a swift adjournment to the pub.

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  • There is access by foot or bicycle along the tow path which starts by the Penny Ferry pub.

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  • Student or townie pub, any suggestions would be appreciated.

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  • It will be a traditional pub with contemporary twist.

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  • I want to buy a pub lease, should I go on a training course first?

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  • Opposite the pub was a tripe shop owned by my father 's parents.

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  • The main room, with its impressive trussed roof plays host to one of the longest pub bars in England.

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  • We boast it like a badge, but do n't share the nasal twang which warms this pub to life.

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  • The Garrick 's Head pub was once the home of Beau Nash, Bath 's uncrowned king of the 1700s.

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  • At the village pub, the mood of mockery is exaggerated.

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  • Entertainment Coral pub lounge, equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, dance floor and bar, and even singing waiters !

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  • Picnic on board, watch wildlife, moor at a waterside pub.

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  • The next WOMBLES meeting is on wednesday 19th Feb, downstairs at the Foundry Pub, 82-84 Great Eastern Street, EC2 at 7.30pm.

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  • So, with Pete about to open a door, they quickly put the car in gear and whizzed back to the nearest pub.

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  • Here you can find bistro and pub style patio furniture sets at very reasonable prices.

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  • Home Game Depot- Find pub tables, tin signs, pub signs, neon clocks, game room lighting, dart boards, licensed sport products and more.

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  • Finally, a wood and iron pub mirror can be a simple decoration in a den or a convenient place for hats and coats in an entryway.

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  • Until a marketing model emerges that allows broadcasters to charge people for live streaming Internet television, sports fans will either have to get cable or hoof it down to the local sports pub.

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  • Some of the best layouts feature Super Bowl parties or gatherings at the local pub to cheer on your favorite team.

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  • A vintage or pub style plaque personalized with the groomsmen's names are a great way to say thank you in a very unique way.

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  • She moved back upstate and worked as a manager of Mister Brown's Pub at the famous five-star resort, The Sagamore, on Lake George.

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  • This type of accommodation extends from very small guest houses offering perhaps only a couple of rooms and basic facilities through to larger, more sophisticated accommodation offered in a pub.

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  • In and around the live shows and rides, visitors can shop in Filch's Emporium, Honeydukes and the Owl Post or catch a meal at Three Broomsticks and the Hogs Head Pub.

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  • Go to the Pub and hire a high level mercenary.

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  • Essentially, you go around from port to port, talking to the different seafaring residents, gaining a bit of knowledge, taking in a drink or two at the local pub, and earning plenty of coin as you buy low and sell high.

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  • In fact, the term "ceili" also represents a party-like gathering of musicians and dancers, often gathering at a pub to share the traditional sounds and steps together.

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  • You can read more information about the uses and contraindications of finasteride and topical minoxidil at Pub Med Health.com.

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  • The bold red Snuggie is definitely made for heading out on the town with its big pockets (and in fact, Snuggies are becoming popular for pub crawls).

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  • Before the Fashion Show, there was a Snuggie Pub Crawl in Chicago wherein participants were encouraged to get inventive with their Snuggie attire.

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  • The oldest pub in Berkeley, California, The Albatross, provides seventeen board games for the enjoyment of their patrons.

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  • The writer might look at research sites such as Pub Med, which provides abstracts of medical research.

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  • On November 19, 1965, four young women were riding in a Ford Cortina towards Maidstone to meet with their boyfriends at the Running Horse Pub.

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  • The square is dubbed for Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria and the pub in the center is named after the Queen herself.

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  • The Square consists of several streets, flats, various businesses and a bustling market and busy pub in the center of it all.

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  • The Irish pub ambiance permeates from every direction and merges impeccably into an elegant castle setting.

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  • Shelter Pub offers a free illustrated guide to desk stretches.

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  • If there is any type of game on between Michigan and Ohio State, you can bet that every sports bar and local pub is packed with both Wolverine and Buckeye fans.

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  • Here's a tip, stay away from your sports bar or local pub if you are looking for a quiet evening out.

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  • Neville will eventually marry Hufflepuff's own Hannah Abbot, who becomes the landlady of the Leaky Cauldron Pub.

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  • Kells opens early on the weekends so you can enjoy all your favorite sports, and great food is always available from the pub menu.

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  • It also has an extensive pub menu, with pizzas, chicken wings and other fried foods.

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  • The food menu is pretty standard pub fare consisting mainly of wraps, paninis and burgers, but also offers several chicken, steak, and seafood entrees.

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  • The restaurant's diverse menu features traditional pub appetizers like buffalo wings, nachos and chili.

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  • There are drink specials and late night pub prices.

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  • The downstairs dining room is more formal than the upstairs pub.

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  • You can dine at one of the upstairs couch tables, but be warned, the pub does get a little noisy.

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  • Enjoy classic, heart pub food like bacon cheddar burgers and jerk chicken quesadillas as you soak up the atmosphere at this lively joint.

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  • While the pub will make reservations for those seeking special accommodations, a standard dinner service is strictly on a first come, first served basis.

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  • The pub features an extensive wine list, specialty drinks and signature coffee varieties.

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  • He pointed to a small table across the pub, and she wondered how she'd missed the men at the table.

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  • He sat like he owned the pub, leaning back in the chair in a display of relaxed power.

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  • Despite the pub's standing room only capacity, the table next to her booth was empty.

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  • He'd seen it from across the pub.

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  • Spirits dampened, Jule watched Rourk leave for the pub before Transporting himself to the forest side of the Other's property.

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  • In later years he published a few minor volumes of fiction, and a series of severe and also amusing criticisms of Christian Science (pub lished as a book in 1907), and in 1906 he began an autobiography in the North American Review.

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