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Dog and Duck

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishDog and DuckˌDog and ˈDuck  a typical name for a pub in the UK, sometimes used by politicians and newspapers to talk about what the average British person thinks The general opinion in the Dog and Duck is that these top businessmen are paid far too much.
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