tavern keeper


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Noun1.tavern keeper - the keeper of a public house
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
barkeep, barkeeper, barman, bartender, mixologist - an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar
tapper, tapster - a tavern keeper who taps kegs or casks
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The sky has never seen such a moon, not even in its dreams, No water could ever extinguish the fire of its light, Look at my body, and look at my soul From his cup of love, my soul is drunk, my body ruined The tavern keeper became my hearts companion Love turned my blood into wine, and burned my heart As my eyes fill with the image of his face, a voice resounds, "Well done, cup.
The author covers RushtonAEs working life as a sailor, tavern keeper, newspaper editor and bookshop owner during the politically turbulent 1790s.
The only person ever convicted in this fire was the tavern keeper, who was charged with grave robbing.
William Roscoe was the son of a Mount Pleasant tavern keeper, leaving school at the age of 12.
The first postmaster in town was Thaddeus Laughlin, a pioneer tavern keeper who began his duties in 1808, only six years after the town was founded.
Replacing the former old-fashioned tavern keeper on the label [who bears a passing resemblance to co-founder Ed Stebbins] is a stylized contemporary scene in Gritty's pub.
It is unlikely that Dominic and the tavern keeper of Toulouse stayed up all night debating the intricacies of cortesia.
The actor, who is presently filming "Robin Hood" in Windlesham, Surrey in south-east England, was reported to have faced the ban over his alleged rowdy behaviour after the local tavern keeper told him it was closing time.
is not the first to write his scientific and personal memoir in the third person, but he is probably the only naval officer, scientist, playwright and tavern keeper to do so.
Tavern keeper Hill was kept busy, with McMillan and Sivills remaining solid in defence.
A more fanciful story concerns a tavern keeper during the Revolutionary War who served rum and fruit juice decorated with a rooster's feather.