beer parlour

beer parlour

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beer parlor

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(Commerce) Canadian a room in a tavern, hotel, etc in which beer is served
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The accused drank alcohol in front of Akinpelu Police Station after the commissioner of police had warned that on no account should anyone operate a beer parlour around any police station,' Williams stated.
Tenders are invited for conversion of old beer parlour as suit room and disabled room and construction of compound wall at tamarind easy hotel thrissur
Falling in love--as has been broadly hinted at in this series about the Jaware Beer Parlour situated at Osu (Christiansborg) in Accra (unfortunately now vanished
After Prohibition, other forms of alcoholic libation could be obtained elsewhere, but not in the beer parlour.
Within the structure of the beer parlour, the lines between worker and manager were blurred: sometimes tapmen (who poured the beer) worked as managers, with the power to hire and tire; waiters had to sell beer and monitor behaviour.
An old beer parlour and hotel sits downtown, and you can't turn a corner without finding a house of worship.
Responding, the 35-year-old wife, Sarah, who is also unemployed, denied the claims and accused her husband of taking her to the beer parlour where she drinks.
Tenders are invited for electrification work in connection with renovation of restaurant, beer parlour and honeymoon cottages
In this way the public was given a legal course of action to follow if they did not want a beer parlour in their town.
Wandering" was often used in the same way, but it also referred to movement within a beer parlour, particularly male movement from table to table on the mixed side.
All the three and four- star bars have been asked by the state to convert into wine and beer parlours.