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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
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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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Meanwhile, more than half of those who opt for real ale say they have made one new friend as a direct result of visiting the pub, the report for the Campaign for Real Ale society (Camra) claimed.
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THE number of pubs in the UK has fallen by 22% over the past two decades: from around 50,000 in 2008, to 39,000 in 2018.
The areas where pub numbers have held up - or even increased - include several popular tourist areas, such as Highland in Scotland, Ceredigion in West Wales, and South Lakeland, as well say that closure"huge loss" to communities as many seaside towns like Scarborough, Blackpool and Brighton.
Bigger chains are taking over as smaller locals shut up shop MORE than 11,000 UK pubs and bars have closed in the last decade, as bigger chains force smaller locals out of business.
quarter of closing in the we need to act our pubs extinction Stainer In Coventry, a similar trend has been seen, with the average pub employing 10 staff in 2018, up from six in 2008.
The situation has been reflected across the West Midlands, where 25% of pubs and bars have closed in the last ten years.
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