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“Las Vegas Sun: GOP Senate hopefuls unleash closing-time ad barrage”
“With less than three weeks until early voting begins, Republicans seeking to unseat Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid are taking to the airwaves in a closing-time ad blitz, seeking to influence Nevada conservatives and catch the GOP front-runner, Sue Lowden, as polls show her pulling away from the pack.”
“From fifteen to closing-time he was a fixture in the Chestnut”
“In Ireland, which in Europe is second only to Luxemburg in per capita alcohol consumption, the government two years ago began rolling back closing-time extensions adopted in 2000.”
“The old “closing-time” spotlights could not have cleared out the place any faster.”
“Mrs. Piggin led the way into a cosy little private bar, where a number of hunt looking gentlemen were enjoying a glass before closing-time.”
“When afternoon closing-time came, Trixie pulled down the bar shutters and locked them.”
“From fifteen to closing-time he was a fixture in the Chestnut Tree.”
“Some of the places we had visited he knew quite well, and we sat up talking about the sights we had seen until it was past closing-time.”
“It was nearly closing-time when we were ushered into the taproom of the village inn among some strange companions, and when the hour of closing arrived we saw the head of the village policeman appear at the shutter through which outside customers were served with beer.”
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