PUBS

(redirected from pub)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

PUBS

 Obstetrics Percutaneous umbilical blood sampling, see there.

PUBS

percutaneous umbilical blood sampling.
References in periodicals archive ?
The survey of 2,055 adults found that just 44 per cent of real ale drinkers had not made ongoing social connections while in the pub.
SMALLER PUBS ARE VANISHING AT AN ALARMING RATE WHILE BIGGER PUBS CONTINUE TO THRIVE HE UK has lost nearly a third of its smaller pubs in the last eight years - with 9,385 disappearing from the streets.
New manager Sue Gilbertson said: "I'm really pleased with the new look created here, the pub looks great.
The number of big pubs and bars - those with 10 or more employees - has actually risen from 520 to 750.
These figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirm the trends regularly reported by organisations such as the Campaign for Real Ale and the British Beer and Pubs Association (BBPA).
Experts say that local pub closures are a "huge loss" to communities
By 2018, partly due to the closure of many smaller pubs, this increased to eight employees.
The Pub-licist will also be required to make a number of visits to their local, in order to provide feedback and recommendations to help make their pub the best in the country.
As well as listing new and existing breweries in the area, the UK's top pubs are also listed in the guide, with the Bridge End Inn in Ruabon named one of 16 finalists in the Camra National Pub of the Year competition, after coming out top in Wales.
has closed its acquisition of UK-based pub operator Punch Taverns plc (LSE: PUB), the company said on Tuesday.