Hangout

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Hangout

A place frequented by one or more persons. Hangouts for groups such as young people are likely to attract advertisements (like billboards) different from hangouts for other groups.
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Last time I popped in, about three years ago, Britain was still in boom, and this was one of Birmingham's prime city centre hang-outs for the rich and ravenously hungry.
Find Al Capone's hang-outs or tour some of the most beautiful buildings in the world.
But where Crisp really alienated himself was in his attitude to Aids, a new disease then sweeping the New York gay scene and spreading like wild fire in the 'back rooms' of all the dodgiest hang-outs.
In a speech delivered at the Hello Digital event he likened initiatives like Help Me Investigate, bloggers like Jon Bounds and the companies that reside in the city's creative hang-outs like the Custard Factory and the Jewellery Quarter to the pioneers of the industrialised economy.
The first buildings that were attacked were the big British hang-outs. You know, the Turf Club, Shepherds Hotel, the Rolls Royce showroom, Barclays Bank, the British Council.
"They'll be targeting known hang-outs and drinking dens for young people in a bid to crackdown on youngsters who are drinking illegally and causing problems."
The new cameras will cover parts of the churchyard which are hidden from public view and which have been 'hang-outs' for troublemakers in the past.
The mall also features a range of cuisine at the Food Court as well as trendy hang-outs like Dome cafE[umlaut] and Gloria Jean's.
Design cities are hang-outs where a few people subscribe to the chancy, the less comfortable and to the creativity of intriguingness.
How are they affecting Algerian political opinion from their hang-outs in London and Paris?
Yet if it inspires just one teenager who previously saw his life as a procession of street corner hang-outs and dead-end jobs, the millions poured into it will have been worthwhile.