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PUBS

percutaneous umbilical blood sampling; see cordocentesis.

PUBS

 Obstetrics Percutaneous umbilical blood sampling, see there.

PUBS

percutaneous umbilical blood sampling.
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A great many pub-lovers, it seems, confine their love not to just one pub but one specific room in that one specific pub.
The pub decor gives a nod to Ian's previous employment with a collection of stuffed animal heads, artwork and quirky paintings mounted on the walls.
We'd also urge local communities to get their local pubs listed as assets of community value, which increases the protection for pubs.
Head of Business Banking at Barclays, Adam Rowse, commented "It's been long-reported that this is an industry met by challenges for pub owners, however our research shows that this has not deterred the next generation of 'pub innovators' from setting up shop.
It has left a lot of pubs unable to make even a living wage and hundreds of pubs have gone out of business because of this.
He said pub companies, which often owned the properties, sold off former pubs to developers and supermarkets.
Pilot and mariner Sam Ace, the first licensee, named the waterside pub after the heroic small boats which led big ships through the Swansea Bay sandbanks.
Scottish pubs have been the backbone of the community for years and they are renowned throughout the world for the hospitality that they offer.
London, May 12 ( ANI ): A third of people from Britain believe that it is important to have a pub close to their home as it demonstrates that they are part of a community, a new study has revealed.
But these days more and more pubs are being boarded up, being turned into homes or simply left to crumble as people's habits change.
Massachusetts Elephant & Castle Group of Boston, a chain of 19 pubs in Canada and the United States, filed for Chapter 11 protection last year in Massachusetts and recently was sold to FranWorks Group of Calgary, Alberta, for $22.
The new survey by Jones Lang LaSalle revealed 45 per cent of licensees reported a fall in sales in the last year with 25 pubs closing every week.