la musique serait ainsi presente partout dans la bibliotheque et cette universalite, en la sortant du << ghetto >> de la discotheque
la rendrait particulierement << visible >> aupres de nouveaux publics.
This has delighted the British Entertainment and Discotheque
Association, who believe such laws are long overdue.
I have friends who do it, who'll go anywhere, to a discotheque
, to a restaurant, so that they can drink Coca-Cola or a Heineken beer or smoke a Marlboro or eat chocolate--things they can't do in their own homes.
One such case is of west Delhi where a police official submitted a report saying nothing untoward was going on in Blu Wavs discotheque
THE Foo Fighters drummer has revealed he is a fan of U2 but hates their single Discotheque
The complex was first bombed by US jets in 1986 in retaliation for the Libyan bombing of a discotheque
in Berlin - but finally pulverised in August 2011 when NATO warplanes bombed it to help rebels to seize control of the capital.
Around 1974, 24-year-old Sandra decided to go with her friend Jill to a discotheque
called Miranda's over in Leighton Court Country Club, Neston.
En visite officielle en Colombie, pour le sommet des Ameriques, Hillary Clinton, Secretaire d'Eetat des Eetats-Unis, a decide de prendre pause de la politique et d'aller boire et danser dans un bar "Cafe Havana", une discotheque
de la ville.
The first phase consisted of a dinner; the second was the 'bunga bunga' phase which took place in a room used as a discotheque
, where the participants appeared in masks, performing striptease and erotic dances .
Heather The Weather/The Duke & His Orderly
The music went underground and, at Le Discotheque
in the Rue de la Huchette in 1941, people danced to records instead of a band.
AMIKA Loft Lounge & Discotheque
, 1532 Washington Avenue, South Beach, is owned and operated by Miami native, nightlife impresario, fashion model Tony Guerra.