public house

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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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They laid down fines for breaching the peace in an alehouse. If someone was killed in the melee, the fine was higher.
According to the company, the sales decrease results from a $389,000 sales drop at the Sacramento Alehouse, which opened in July of 2003.
But if you're still craving that festival atmosphere, why not try one of these three alehouses...
Last year, 1,409 alehouses closed in this country compared with 216 in 2006 so you don't have to be Nostradamus to see the trends here.
If he succeeds, he will become the 22nd generation of Broadbents to run the old alehouse.
Gross margin for the quarter increased 2.9%, or $73,000, to $2,573,000 resulting from a combination of increased beverage and alehouse division sales offset by increasing costs in both business divisions.
Haynes' second chapter shows how Jonson's realism evolved out of the late medieval morality play, whose alehouse and tavern scenes developed a realism of social gesture independent of didactic intent.
Actor and writer Lynne Fitzgerald put out the call for a location in which to shoot The Scouse Alehouse next week-weekend.
I'm not saying it's impossible to find an entire community spending its every free moment in a drab oldman's alehouse.
An old picture bearing the likenesses of the Eskimos and a testimony to whalemeat being traded locally hangs on the wall of the pub which used to have another small alehouse next door, the Black Bull.
AN ALEHOUSE once owned by Olympic showjumper Nick Skelton is to be transformed from a country pub into an up-market bar and restaurant.
Alehouse division sales increased 29%, or $675,000, over prior year to $3.0 million for the quarter driven by $724,000 in sales at the new Sacramento Alehouse, which opened in July of 2003.