Noun(1) the keeper of a public house
(1) People we have recently helped include a single parent with credit card debts and a publican whose business recently collapsed.(2) Outwardly he was a successful publican , but in reality, the business was falling apart and debts for beer were piling up.(3) Food was not high on your average publican 's agenda, nor was it high priority for his customers.(4) He is the same as He was when He received Mary Magdalene - called Matthew the publican - brought Zacchaeus down from the tree, and made them examples of what His grace could do.(5) No wonder Jesus preferred the prayer of the publican .(6) With the party season approaching, publicans , hoteliers and restaurateurs are anxious to win back custom from locals and tourists by softening the area's rowdy image.(7) Friend of publicans and sinners, you make the angels laugh and heaven rejoice.(8) Principally publicans and restaurateurs, who believe that their livelihood is directly threatened.(9) The Government is currently consulting on the proposed fees that publicans and event organisers would have to pay to allow public entertainment to take place and to sell alcohol.(10) The drinks industry and publicans have made a guarded response to the moves, insisting they already support the drive to encourage more responsible drinking.(11) A meeting was held on Wednesday to discuss plans to enlist the support of publicans and night club bosses to make late-night Bedford a safer place.(12) The Licensed Vintners Association, which represents Dublin publicans , refused to comment.(13) Aberdeen publicans have successfully challenged an attempt by the city's licensing board to impose a minimum price tariff as a condition of granting or renewing public house licences or regular extensions of hours.(14) Police officers, hoteliers, shopkeepers and publicans are also among those asked to brush up on their knowledge of Scotland's most famous poet.(15) The Royal Oak, in Goodramgate, York, is expected to slash its energy consumption by ten per cent in the next year after the publicans vowed to play their part in the scheme.(16) Norway outlawed smoking in bars and restaurants last June to an outcry from publicans who predicted serious trade shortfalls.
1. vintner ::
2. publican ::
3. wine seller ::
5. innkeeper ::
6. boniface ::
7. host ::
9. hosteler ::
10. collector ::
11. landlord ::
Different Formspublican, publicans
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