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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Beer parlour talks, even sensational newspapers reports on what transpired in the court rooms are not enough to sway their lordships in giving judgment.'
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!), where I and other beer-swilling men spent many of our afternoons together--was a regular thing.
"A Long Way from the Armstrong Beer Parlour: A Life in Rare Books: Essays by Richard Landon" is a 440 page compendium comprised of Landon's personal essays deftly collected into three major sections: Autobiography; Bibliography and Book History; Collecting and the Antiquarian Book Trade.
Second, the pub/saloon was until recently literally a "beer parlour"--still often its vernacular name.
An old beer parlour and hotel sits downtown, and you can't turn a corner without finding a house of worship.
Knowing the built-up animosity between him and his former band manager, Bayewu, who resigned from the band allegedly without handing over his official CD bike which Omowura had bought for him, this version of his death continues, a fan was reported to have rushed to meet him at the beer parlour to inform him that Bayewu was also at a beer joint not far off.
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.
Maybe them dey beer parlour dey discuss our national matters.