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What does DTB stand for?

DTB stands for Down the Bar (Brasenose College Oxford Slang, early 1990s)

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He let himself down the bars and grasped the sill, sobbing with fear and effort, scrabbling for a foothold.
It is a very physical experience, not just Islet on stage - running up and down the bar or hanging from the rafters.
At an earlier hearing on August 24, the committee decided to shut down the bar for three months and remove the licence holder, Alessandra Rossi, who is said not to be involved in the day-today running of the venue.
Officers sent revellers away and closed down the bar while they examined the scene for forensic evidence.
The bartender slides them down the bar, and on the way to the couple, the bottles "ski" around obstacles.
And all those who sat around in front of the TV demanding their next meal or managed to squeeze in a few rounds of golf, footie with their mates and a couple of nights down the bar, should have their wages or their holiday allowance docked.