pub.

pub.

abbr.
1. publication
2. published
3. publisher

pub.

abbreviation for
1. public
2. (Journalism & Publishing) publication
3. (Journalism & Publishing) published
4. (Journalism & Publishing) publisher
5. (Journalism & Publishing) publishing
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We therefore decided that we would sleep out on fine nights; and hotel it, and inn it, and pub.
The awards, run by Star Pubs & Bars, crowned the Queen Arms in Aintree Best Live Sports Venue and The Elephant Pub & Bakehouse in Woolton Retailer of the Year and a finalist position as Best Food Pub.
ere's also a new "market rent only" rule so that a pubs on a tied lease should pay no more rent than a similar free trade pub.
Pubs have had to contend with a lot over the last 10 years - the smoking ban, cheaper alcohol in supermarkets, etc - but the biggest problem has been that pub companies have been too greedy and taken too big a share of the profits made by each pub.
Patrick's Day celebrations, the party started early for Atlanta's Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub.
More needs to be done to support pubs, there needs to be changes in VAT and alcohol duty to favour pubs ahead of supermarkets so it bcomes more affordable to go to the pub.
Mr Stainer added: "The fact pubs are the most listed community asset shows just how much people value their local pub.
A light beer and a summer day mutually enhance each other, but nothing beats drinking in a great pub.
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Pubs are closing at a rapid rate and if action is not taken now, the great British pub will become extinct - leaving the next generation unable to visit a traditional pub.
Licensees Colin and Myra Hughes have completely changed the pub's image in the three years they have ran the nautically themed pub.
STUDIO CITY -- Early morning on a workday seems an odd time for a bunch of Yankees to be watching soccer in a British pub.