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TAVERN. A place of entertainment; a house kept up for the accommodation of strangers.
     2. These are regulated by various local laws. For the liabilities of tavern keepers, Vide Story on Bailm. art. 7; 2 Kent, Com. 458; 12 Mod. 487; Jones' Bailm. 94; 1 Bl. Com. 430; 1 Roll. Ab. 3, F; Bac. Ab. Inn, &c.; 1 Bouv. Inst. 1015, et seq.; and the articles Inn; Innkeeper.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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kellyanus nymphs exceeded the economic thresholds (7%) at petal fall at the orchard in Alzira, and 1 wk after the petal fall at Tavernes. This percentage was similar in all the treatments in both orchards (Table 2).
Le rappel de la presence de Straram dans l'espace montrealais vise justement a reinvestir des unites d'ambiance et de derive auxquelles Straram accordait une grande importance, tels des librairies, des cinemas, des tavernes et autres lieux legendaires, pour parler de Montreal, comme la Casa Espagnole et la Casanous.
Mary Frith, known as Moll Cutpurse, was a notorious figure whose most distinguishing feature was her cross-dressing; she was also accused of indecent behavior and exposure, of associating herself with cut purses, "of carrying her selfe lyke a bawde," and of resorting "to alehowses Tavernes Tobacco shops and also to play howses." (17) The play takes this contemporary figure and imports her currency, the intrigue surrounding her.
C'est ainsi que dans la section consacree au drame romantique francais, Barbara Cooper s'interroge sur la fonction des tavernes et des auberges chez Dumas, Hugo et Musset--etude rapprocher de celle de George Zaragoza sur la mise en scene du peuple dans le theatre romantique espagnol dans la seconde partie.
Pour la Colombie-Britannique, cette carence est vraiment une omission car les bars d'hotel ont ete transformes en tavernes apres la prohibition.
Indeed its underlying locale is Kentish/Grecian, setting itself in the 'Cinqueports', suggesting its author was a Kentish lad familiar with its 'Tavernes .
L'histoire se glisse ainsi dans la peau du personnage principal, Ishaq qui ne retrouve sa memoire que dans les bars et les tavernes casablancais.
The brothers moved production to Tavernes Blanques which later became known as the "City of Porcelain" and home to the Lladro artist training school.