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The Watering Hole in St Nicholas Road, Barry, was opened on June 14 by Leighton Rowlands, the current Barry deputy mayor and former mayor of the Vale of Glamorgan.
Earlier this year, I read about filling shallow dishes with marbles and water so the bees and butterflies could stand on the marbles to drink - a more trendy watering hole if you like.
The derelict former Small Heath watering hole made PS20,000 more than its guide price when it went under the hammer.
And The Westerton Arms as a watering hole is one of the best.
One of the techniques the group has been widely using is through watering hole attacks: the attackers injected websites with a link redirecting visitors to a malicious server.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jul 14 (ANI): A huge bill after a fun night out can be a real spoiler, but now, Smaash, a gaming and entertainment centre, is bringing a new watering hole in Noida town that won't burn a hole in your pocket.
The events will run between August 3 to 9 at the Seaton Delaval watering hole.
MORNING A game drive in Tembe Elephant Park, South Africa, to watch a herd gather at their favourite watering hole.
Cheapflights.co.uk's global team of travel experts compiled their top 10 favourite beach bars for location, glamour, individuality, vibe, food, drink and friendliness and included the Ty Coch Inn, Porthdinllaen, on the Llyn Peninsula, and the Watering Hole at Perranporth Beach.
A few examples are belly up to the bar versus go belly up, get through to someone versus get through with someone, listen in on something versus listen to something, step by step versus step for step, and water hole versus watering hole. Some are quite amusing to native English speakers as well, though many contrast colloquialisms from distant parts of the anglophonia.
Sidharth Talwar, Cafe Morrison's co- owner, reminisced how he conceptualised the watering hole in the summer of 2005.