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public house

1. Brit the formal name for pub
2. US and Canadian an inn, tavern, or small hotel
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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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CHARITY Age UK Coventry is inviting people aged over 50 to join friendship groups and pub lunches in the city.
DAVID Mulholland is conducting the weekly pub lunch at the Missions to Seamen on the Toronto docks and he's waving_raffle tickets at the 25 or so lively guests assembled in the mission's somewhat cramped dining area.
YOU can't beat a good pub lunch, and the weekend is the perfect time to have a drive out to somewhere a bit different.
You can't beat a good pub lunch and the weekend is the perfect time to have a drive out to somewhere a bit different.
There's a good choice of walks with Deeside Ramblers during September and October with a range of short and longer walks including a couple with an optional pub lunch: ?
And it has a pub lunch deal offering its five top-selling dishes for just a fiver each.
It's not how people would expect a DJ's lifestyle to be but I've just moved to the countryside so I like to go for a nice walk, have a nice pub lunch, a few drinks and off to bed early.
And she promises each of these personal favourites offers a manageable stroll, a gorgeous view, and (most importantly) a pub lunch or picnic at the end.
'I've been lucky enough to visit many magical places and now I'd like to share them with you.' 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.
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.
We'll follow that with a stroll through Sophia Gardens to the Cricketers on Cathedral Road for a proper pub lunch before settling down to watch Wales beat Scotland in the Six Nations.