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public house

1. Brit the formal name for pub
2. US and Canadian an inn, tavern, or small hotel

inn

1. A place which provides eating and drinking, but no lodging, for the public; a tavern.
2. A hotel.
3. A student hostel or residence.
4. A hospice.
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A group of female British and Canadian navy veterans, some of whom served during the Second World War, gather regularly for the pub lunch in Toronto.
And, as I never fail to remind you, Oedipus didn't send his Mam a card or take her out to a pub lunch and he REALLY loved his mother.
It's not the first time Mr Cameron has been forgetful - last year he unwittingly left his eight-year-old daughter Nancy behind after a pub lunch with family and friends.
And I may not weep over a piece of art as I did last Sunday in front of Michelangelo's David, but I have many things to look forward to - a pub lunch in Gower, a jazz gig at Radyr and Morganstown Festival and a movie at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff.
The cleaner said she had been exchanging emails with Mr Bentley, 47, for three months but only realised they were related while chatting about their childhoods over a pub lunch.
Or if you're looking for a pub lunch, then you can enjoy either a starter and a main or a main and dessert for only pounds 5 Monday to Thursday in 13 Barracuda bars.
Sticking with the traditional pub lunch route, I plumped for an 8oz rump steak with onion rings and chips and peas (pounds 9).
They also enjoy eating out, be it a leisurely pub lunch at the Bay Horse in Great Broughton or a visit to Pizza Express at Teesside Park.
The Dun Cow Inn at Sedgefield, County Durham, where the president enjoyed a pub lunch almost two years ago, wants to remain open until midnight at weekends.
The countryside is part of our national heritage -it remains a popular destination, where people can go to enjoy themselves, with a simple walk, a good pub lunch, some shopping in country towns or simply to sit and enjoy the view.
And she promises that each of her favourites offers a manageable stroll, a gorgeous view, and (most importantly) a pub lunch or picnic at the end.
If my lads are playing football, I'll pick them up and head out for a pub lunch and then it's back home for the papers and more football on the telly.