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Depends on if judge dismissed with prejudice, they can reopen case

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Damn! Columbo should pay me. Have someone follow his truck around. Write the addresses down of the lawns that he does. Have you lawyer subpoena these people to testify that Lawn Chaney is taking care of their lawns. OY Veigh, Esq.

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In British usage, a tanner was a sixpence, and a bob was a shilling.

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The White Lion claims to be a favourite with Royal Opera House musicians - I don't know whether they go there during the interval though! http://www.classicpubs.co.uk/thewhitelioncoventgardenlondon/

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Sorry, I'm not from the area so I don't know.
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Can you reccommend a good pub for new years eve close to the london eye

Very few bars or pubs will admit you without a ticket on NYE, they're usually booked up early and it's forecast to be very cold this year. All of which - can be problematic if you're looking for something to do last minute. I have read that Gordon's Wine Bar in Charing Cross , is not taking ...

Sloane sq. pub on sunday with 2 kids 11/12....hours?

Try: http://www.beerintheevening.com/ or http://www.fancyapint.com/

Can I bring my 15-year old child to the pub,not to drink but to eat?

it depends on the pub. some have adopted a no children policy

what does it mean if a court is having a " read-in disposition" in a

I think you mean a deposition, a statement by a witness who is not present.