pub.

pub.

abbr.
1. publication
2. published
3. publisher
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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. it, like respectable folks, when it was wet, or when we felt inclined for a change.
The survey of 2,055 adults found that just 44 per cent of real ale drinkers had not made ongoing social connections while in the pub.
There are various reasons behind the closures: a shift toward healthier and more sober lifestyles among young people, cheaper alcohol prices from off-licences and supermarkets and the growth of home entertainment and increasing real costs and business rates - particularly for independent pubs - have all dulled the appeal of going to the pub.
The changing range of eight ales will usually include a brew from the on-site McGivern brewery when it is operational, along with beers generally sourced from within 60 miles of the pub.
Mick Flanagan Terry can turn the Old Wire Works into a good pub.
Those wishing to nominate a pub in Delyn that they feel is the best in the constituency should email David Hanson MP at david.hanson.mp@parliament.uk with the email title 'Parliamentary Pub of the Year Competition' with the name and address of the pub.
A great many pub-lovers, it seems, confine their love not to just one pub but one specific room in that one specific pub. They will only ever be seen sitting or standing in the pub's snug, or its lounge or its bar - but never in more than one of the different parts of the pub.
The pub was also one of only six in the UK to be named a finalist for Most Family Friendly pub. The judges travelled the length and breadth of the country inspecting pubs.
It will not reopen as a Wetherspoon pub. The Felix Holt pub in the town, which was on the market, is no longer for sale and will remain open as a Wetherspoon 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.