watering hole


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watering hole

1. a pool where animals drink; water hole
2. Facetious slang a pub
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New Delhi [India], Jul 14 ( ANI ): A huge bill after a fun night out can be a real spoiler, but now, Smaash, a gaming and entertainment centre, is bringing a new watering hole in Noida town that won't burn a hole in your pocket.
but I for one am glad that we at least still have this watering hole.
WORLD'S TOP 10 1) Pelican Bar, Negril, Jamaica 2) Badeschiff, Berlin (on banks of River Spree) 3) Ty Coch Inn, Wales 4) Beach Pavilion, Hayman Island, Australia 5) Tabon Te Keekee, North Tarawa, Kiribati 6) Barasti, Dubai 7) Watering Hole, Cornwall 8) Flora-Bama Lounge, Pensacola, Florida 9) Purobeach, Tivat, Montenegro 10) Shimmy Beach Club, Cape Town
Harsh Snehi, a Cafe Morrison regular, said, " It has become a watering hole for rock lovers in the city.
Conclusions--On the basis of new information from MNI counts, the watering hole interpretation is not plausible and a new interpretation for the Big Pig Dig as a modified "predator" trap is proposed.
Dynamically narrated by Jim Gough, The Rider Of Lost Creek is an unabridged audiobook presentation of celebrated author Louis L'Amour's western novel about a gunman who owes his life to man whose claim on a watering hole is disputed by two wealthy, feuding cattle ranchers.
It also owns the Irish village - a much frequented watering hole by ex-pats and the Dubai Aviation Club.
But in Kelo the New London planners were quite happy to slate private homes for destruction while allowing the Italian Dramatic Club (a watering hole for local politicians) to remain untouched, even though it abutted one of the private homes that was taken.
This was once the favoured watering hole of us Cunard Yanks.
Your favourite watering hole may not be the flashest or trendiest.
The latter painting is inhabited by a naked couple who have found a watering hole in the midst of the wreckage.