sporting house

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Tommy's fans included Noddy Holder of Slade and jazz star George Melly, who described him as 'the greatest undiscovered genius of our age' in his sleeve notes for the 1974 Rag Time album, recorded with the Sporting House Quartet.
NASDAQ:PVTR, PVTRW/BSE:PVR,PVRW) announced today that it has signed a licensing agreement with Royal Sporting House Pte Limited to market Pivot Rules branded sportswear in Hong Kong.
Royal Sporting House is an operator of 250 retail sporting goods and fashion stores worldwide.
Royal Sporting House already distributes Pivot Rules sportswear in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei.
But in the UAE and the rest of the GCC, "Billabong is doing very well," says Samantha Warrayat, marketing manager at Royal Sporting House, the brand's UAE franchise partner.
27, 1996--Sunglass Hut International (NASDAQ:RAYS) reported Tuesday that it has signed a letter of intent with Royal Sporting House Pte Ltd of Singapore to enter into a joint venture for the purpose of opening Sunglass Hut stores in Southeast Asia.
The Royal Sporting House Group of Companies is the foremost sporting goods, leisure and fashion marketing, and retail group in Asia.
We are extremely excited about this opportunity to form a joint venture entity with Royal Sporting House because the Southeast Asian market has tremendous growth potential," said Jack B.
com)-- Tiny, yet prospering Benficklin, Texas, wants a clean, respectable town marshal to safeguard their pristine community from the kind of riffraff that turned neighboring Santa Angela into a raucous string of blood-spattered saloons and bawdy sporting houses.
One of the included pugilists is Bob Brettle, who fought out of Birmingham in the 1850s and 1860s and whose public house, the White Lion in Digbeth, was one of the city's major sporting houses.
The sporting houses, where miners traded nuggets for womanly favors, are near the end of the street.
But like many men of those times, he made huge amounts of money, enjoyed the wild life of sporting houses, saloons and card games and died a pauper a few years later.
Storyville, also known as The District, a section of New Orleans set aside for honky-tonks and sporting houses, was closed on the insistence of the U.
You'll hear all about Port Townsend's sporting houses and opium dens, sailors and tycoons, embattled customs house and forgotten underground (where recent excavation has unearthed a trove of new artifacts).
We hear of high- and low-class saloons, sporting houses, fancy women, fashions and furniture.