BYOB


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BYOB

abbr.
1. bring your own booze
2. bring your own bottle

BYOB

abbreviation for
1. bring your own beer
2. bring your own booze
3. bring your own bottle

BYOB

or BYO,

bring your own bottle.
[1970–75]
Translations

BYOB

ABBR =bring your own bottletrae botella

BYOB

abbr of bring your own bottleorbeeror (inf)boozealkoholische Getränke sind mitzubringen
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My opinion is that ISO passed coverage decisions to the underwriters: Let them take the specific facts of a given BYOB situation and determine where their individual carrier line has been crossed.
In our opinion, it makes far better public policy to regulate the consumption of alcoholic beverages in a controlled, designated area, rather than simply allow BYOB,'' board Chairman Leslie Rutan wrote in the letter.
The charm of this town is being dry," said Edward Dolceamore, owner of the Tradewinds Motel, where an electronic message board flashed 'No BYOB in Ocean
No absentee ballots will accepted; -- The official BYOB ballot will be yellow, square and require a handwritten vote; the ballots contain no chads; -- No members of The Amici's staff, nor members of the KFOX and KSJO crews, will have personal or professional relationships with any residents of the State of Florida.
Alban Metohu, manager at Cafe Espresso, says the restaurant was built on a BYOB model.
The BYOB function, also accessible from the home page, enables browsers to personalize their return visits to the site.
Town Administrator John Coderre said the policy was created to mirror regulations in place for license holders, and was created in case the town should find itself without any available licenses and a heavy demand for BYOB.
Thursday/D1 - County Liners 3-0; Conejo Mudcats 2-1; CRC - JLC 2-1; Benjamin Electric 1-2; BYOB 1-2; Wildbunch 0-3.
Selectmen also approved several new conditions on BYOB juice bar licenses.
Selectmen also discussed possible conditions they are considering placing on any local establishment's BYOB license, which would allow patrons to bring their own beer or wine to enjoy with a meal.
Selectmen established a policy for any establishment holding a BYOB license, which the board controls.
Marchand said it is difficult for BYOB establishments to control the amount of alcoholic beverages being consumed and who is drinking on their premises.