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The Public

Individual investors who trade single securities independently or invest in intermediaries such as mutual funds, as opposed to professional investors.
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The Public

Informal for non-professional investors. See also: Crowd.
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The public bar was once the two original rooms but has altered little in the last 70 years except for part of the cellar being converted into the 'Bar Deck' at the back GREY BULL MAIN STREET, WARK A late 19th-century stone-built pub which has two completely panelled small rooms on the right, one with a hatch.
A Currently, the big news at The Ship Hotel is that we are having our public bar reinstalled after it was taken out by the previous owners several years ago.
The public bar is at the rear of the building, reached via the courtyard and through the archway.
The following afternoon (31 March 1965), Ro and I chain ourselves to the bar-rail of the Regatta Hotel public bar. At that time there is a fine old brass bar rail.
The full impact of this narrow definition was brought home the next year when a judge found that no harm had been caused by sexual acts carried out in private cubicles within a public bar, because the customers were proven to have been practicing "safe sex with no risk of infection" - the only social harm this judge could conceive of was catching a fatal disease.
"The public bar has become very popular with locals as well as visiting guests.
There's a superb servery sweeping through 90 degrees in the public bar, fronted by stunning tiling.
We perched in the small public bar - largely because the rest of the pub was taken up with dining tables - and enjoyed an excellent pint of Mere Blonde, from the local Burscough Brewing Company.
Situated on a 20-acre site on the A68, the three-star Best Western hotel has 48 bedrooms, a public bar and restaurant, conference and banqueting facilities.
An early 19th century hostelry with a convivial public bar and a cosy lounge.
The entrance hallway features doors to the lounge/dining room to the left and the public bar to the right, although the two rooms meet up around the bar area.

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