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pub

1. Chiefly Brit a building with a bar and one or more public rooms licensed for the sale and consumption of alcoholic drink, often also providing light meals
2. Austral and NZ a hotel

PUB

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PUBlishing. A 1972 text-formatting language for TOPS-10, with syntax based on SAIL. Influenced TeX and Scribe. ["PUB: The Document Compiler", Larry Tesler, Stanford AI Proj Op Note, Sept 1972].

PUB

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/pub, the top-level, publicly accessible directory on most anonymous FTP archives. This is usually where the interesting files are. See pubic directory.
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Around 30 per cent of real ale drinkers report making five or more mates from their pub visits, compared to just 16 per cent of all pub-goers.
Over the eight year period, the country lost 30 per cent of its small pubs, with the number dropping from 31,600 in 2010 to 22,215 in 2018.
The pub now has a completely new interior and has undergone an external redecoration.
Tied pub tenants are not able to opt in to the survey but the PCA is keen to hear the experiences of tenants more generally via the contact form on the PCA website.
The number of big pubs and bars - those with 10 or more employees - has actually risen from 520 to 750.
There are various reasons behind the closures: a shift toward healthier and more sober lifestyles among young people, cheaper alcohol prices from off-licences and supermarkets and the growth of home entertainment and increasing real costs and business rates - particularly for independent pubs - have all dulled the appeal of going to the pub.
Despite the number of pubs decreasing, total turnover has remained relatively stable.
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The situation has been reflected across the West Midlands, where 25 per cent of pubs and bars have closed in the last 10 years.
As well as drinking on the job, the 'Pub-licist' will also have to tuck into pies, lasagne, and fish and chips, and attending entertainment events, on top of playing the odd game of darts, karaoke or taking part in the pub quiz.