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gin palace

slang A bar. Are you guys hungover? You spent an awful lot of time at that gin palace last night!
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gin palace

verb
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It is a colossal gin palace that looks like a small cruise liner and it was parked right in the middle of the harbour in Basra port.
Gin Palace had finished sixth to Non So in the Lanzarote Hurdle last month and Moore feels the grey gelding is open to further improvement.
Gin Palace produced a gutsy performance to prevail by three-quarters of a length after looking under pressure three out,and it was all the more creditable as it came after a 299-day absence.
Not for the first time in recent weeks, the perils of trading during a race were highlighted when Gin Palace, seemingly in trouble early in the straight, conjured up a late surge to score by a neck.
Hop & Cleaver will become the fourth venue the company opened by Ladhar Leisure, coming hot on the heels of contemporary gin palace Pleased to Meet You, Lady Grey's and Redhouse, which together support more than 100 jobs.
Now owned by the National Trust, the Belfast boozer was once a Victorian gin palace and dates back to the early days of the railways and industrialisation in the early 1800s.
Jockey Benoit Gicquel set the winner alight approaching the final flight and the pair scored by eight lengths from Gin Palace.
Gin Palace, initiating a treble for flying visitor Norman Williamson, was Moore's first since Tikram's win at Fontwell in mid-December, and saved him from going 50 jumping runners without a winner.
Mr Brian Stead had been living in Bermondsey, South London, where victim Mr Roy Brooker was last seen outside the Gin Palace pub on December 17, 1999.
I have been offered the chance to be based on a floating gin palace in the Indian Ocean, and write a weekly column on beer and women's beach volleyball for the Seychelles Bugle.
And the education dunce's dream is to gift the country's wealthiest woman a floating gin palace.
Gary Moore has been responsible for two of the three least experienced winners, so both Gin Palace and Porak have claims.
The concept of a gin bar - dare we call it a gin palace? - has re-emerged from the 18th century on the back of a growing resurgence in the spirit.
Boasting four different bars The Gin Palace looms over Bradbury Place in much the same way as The Statue of Liberty over Liberty Island both offering sanctuary to the tired huddled masses - if not the poor.