One of the team, Gerry Lucas, said: "This lake would have been a watering hole
for dinosaurs roaming around the area.
It's similar to the cooperation seen among diverse animal species at a watering hole
The study also indicates how this behavior uses rumbles in a structured way to transmit signals longer distances both through the air and through ground vibrations that could alert other elephant family groups not to approach the watering hole
until they're gone, thus avoiding the mass chaos of too many large, noisy bodies at the same watering hole
at the same time.
Gordon Mogg says: "The Plimsoll Line is our favourite watering hole
as it usually has a good range of real ales.
He said he was "tickled pink" at the prospect of seeing his name immortalised in the infamous watering hole
of an interesting exhange in a watering hole
in Aberdeen the other week, when Scotland's Press pack were in town to follow the national team.
And somewhere in a nearby watering hole
, wistfully trashy Odette Annette Barnette (Dale Dickey) strikes up a rapport with gay former churchgoer Peanut Leroy (Gary Ballard).
The watering hole
is the starting point for the local anthem, which describes a journey to a race track in Blaydon in a cart.
The ``voice of Bob the Builder'' is now expected to fix up the Welsh bard's favourite watering hole
and turn it into a mecca for tourists.
Instead of mingling with co-stars Alice Evans and Paul Kay at The Porterhouse in London's Covent Garden, Johnny, 31, right, opted for a couple of pints at a quiet watering hole
across the road.
With its daytime exhibition hours and nightly programming, it was also a watering hole
for a broad cross-generational, cross-disciplinary group: Sherman, Longo, Salle, William Wegman, Vito Acconci, Philip Glass, Bill T.
We prematurely wrote the obituary of The Copy Cat bar, a favourite watering hole
for generations of Sunday Mail staff.
Regulars at the 182-year-old watering hole
fought a year-long campaign, backed by the ECHO, to save it from the bulldozers.
On the other side of a deep trench (which conceals an electric fence) is a watering hole
and a salt lick.
The site, which was rejected for landmark status in 1984, but is still being sought by some community groups, used to be a favorite eatery and watering hole
for notables such as Diamond Jim Brady, Theodore Roosevelt, H.