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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

(1)
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

(2)
/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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And the good wishes, support and solidarity directed towards Dave Hardman and the historic boozer on the corner of Moorfields and Tithebarn Street underlined to me the incredible loyalty, love and affection the people of Merseyside feel for THEIR pubs.
They declared the Cookhouse Pub & Carvery's garden to be "in another league" with a "fantastic" children's play area, outdoor eating and dining.
Ian worked in IT and as an antiques dealer before swapping fine porcelain for fine pints and acquiring The Grove - his first pub - 10 years ago.
Eddie Gershon said: "We can confirm that Wetherspoon has closed The William White pub in Nuneaton.
It is the latest city pub to be affected by falling visitor numbers.
The first of a two-part consultation on a new Pubs Code sets out how the market rent only option will work.
Barclays' survey showed that 42% of pub businesses were established in the last three years with the number of pub owners aged between 25 and 34 increasing by 25% since 2012.
In Moseley, licensee Keith Marsden said the news will benet his pub, the Prince of Wales, owned by Spirit Pub Company.
In Moseley, licensee Keith Marsden said the news will benefit his pub, the Prince of Wales, owned by Spirit Pub Company.
e other new pub in Baker Street plays all types of music, but not too loudly.
Easington MP Grahame Morris was one of the sponsors of the change and argued that it could lead to cheaper beer for pub customers, as he urged colleagues to support the measure.
In addition to the Welsh Pub of the Year award, the 165-yearold Mumbles pub was also voted one of the top 16 in Britain in the Good Beer Guide 2015 published earlier this year by Camra.