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1premises licensed for off-sales — establecimiento autorizado para la venta de bebidas alcohólicas que se han de consumir fuera del mismo
- Members agreed to grant the provisional off-sale licence.
- The store's liquor licence was found to cater for off-sales only.
- Estimates suggest that off-sales rose to a record 40 per cent of overall sales during Euro 2004.
- A sample of 155 off-sale alcohol outlets was randomly selected from the universe of all off-sale alcohol outlets.
- The Sheriff's report declared that the ban on Sunday morning off-sales was ‘now seen by many as being unnecessarily restrictive’.
- The rate of compliance with the minimum drinking age law among off-sale alcohol outlets significantly increased following a deterrence intervention targeting alcohol retailers.
- The main issue in the legislation relating to off-sales will be under-age drinking.
- Compliance checks of off-sale outlets were conducted at baseline, two months after the intervention, and eight months after the intervention.
- He was sitting in his car outside the Royal Hotel off-sales last year waiting for a friend when four armed men entered the store and robbed customers.
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