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  • For those determined to stay out until the rooster crows (read: not me), Tivoli (Tel: 0900-2358486, www. -- a dual-level club located at the end of the hopping expanse of bars -- entertains until the wee hours of the morning.

    Holiday in Holland

  • The center for the crowd was a table not unlike a small billiard table or, saving the absence of pins, a tivoli table such as enjoyed by children.

    Desert Dust

  • He had got up a plate of crackers and two bottles of tivoli, and was opening the first.

    A Modern Instance

  • "Perhaps you would like to spend it for tivoli beer," she suggested.

    A Modern Instance

  • He had never been tipsy but once in his life, and he considered that he had repented and atoned for that enough, especially as nothing had ever come of it; but sometimes he thought he might be over-doing the beer; yes, he thought he must cut down on the tivoli; he was getting ridiculously fat.

    A Modern Instance

  • He attributed the fat on his ribs to the tivoli; perhaps it was also owing in some degree to a good conscience, which is a much easier thing to keep than people imagine.

    A Modern Instance

  • He joked about the three fingers of fat on his ribs, and frankly guessed it was the beer that did it; at such times he said that perhaps he should have to cut down on his tivoli.

    A Modern Instance

  • In the mean time he tried a new kind of beer, -- Norwegian beer, which he found a little lighter even than tivoli.

    A Modern Instance

  • "I tell you," said Bartley to Marcia, "I shall stick to tivoli after this, religiously."

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  • He was rather particular about his beer, which he had sent in by the gross, -- it came cheaper that way; after trying both the Cincinnati and the Milwaukee lagers, and making a cursory test of the Boston brand, he had settled down upon the American tivoli; it was cheap, and you could drink a couple of bottles without feeling it.

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