opening time

opening time

n
Brit the time at which public houses can legally start selling alcoholic drinks
Translations

opening time

n (Brit) → orario d'apertura (dei pub)
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the earliest opening time allowed by the city License Commission.
Zabriskie, who defeated Lance Armstrong in last year's opening time trial at the Tour, edged Hincapie by almost two seconds over the 2.
Under the proposal, the Fedwire Funds Service would open three and one-half hours earlier than the current opening time of 12:30 a.
So, opening time for the general public will be reduced from 2,200 hours a year to 890.
Currently applies to the two K + A in Basel together a weekly opening time of 74 hours.
Not so long ago, the opening time for phone betting with all main firms was 9am, allowing a sneaky trip to take the dog for a walk via the newsagent to ensure a chance to take the prices before the inevitable cut.
And about 15 people were already waiting at opening time for the sale, which featured 15 percent off just about everything in the store.
Calderdale Council is proposing to close the Brighouse gallery Tuesdays and Sundays and reduce its opening time to 12-4pm only.
She blamed part of her problems on USA Cycling's Super Bike II, which she discarded after the pursuit's opening time trial.
If it does, make sure you plug it in early so the battery is fully charged by gift opening time.
Any Bids Received After Scheduled Bid Opening Time Will Be Returned Unopened.
The council's proposals include closing the Brighouse gallery Monday to Wednesdays and reducing its opening time by two hours per day.