The place is only a pub., after all, but everyone who goes there has to behave himself.
After the war youll see him as a chucker-out at a pub., or throwing cannon-balls about the music-hall stage.
Next to the factory is a "pub.," and publics and factories checker themselves all along the route.
pub., with English translation, in the Harleian Miscellany, vol.
In 1535 his translation of the Bible was pub., probably at Zurich.
Jim and me went to some races that was held at Peter Anderson's pub., about four miles across the ridges, on Queen's birthday.
He began to write when still a boy, and pub., in 1820, Ismael and other Poems.
In 1663 the first part of Hudibras was pub., and the other two in 1664 and 1668 respectively.