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bouncer

n. a strong man hired to eject unruly people from a bar or similar place. (People supposedly bounce when thrown out.) I saw the bouncer looking at me, and I got out of there fast.
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Leading Bouncer house and inflatable manufacturer and designer Bouncer Depot releases new designs including 23-feet high water slide for 2016
Funny, dark and thought provoking Bouncers has its finger on the pulse of nightclub culture.
The four of them share around 27 different characters between them - everyone from the boys and girls who patronise the city's pubs and clubs, to the bouncers of the title, to the incidental characters who nonetheless play key roles in both the lead-up to and experience of any big night out: hairdressers, barbers, DJs, and fast-food vendors.
D and T Security, who provide bouncers for pubs and clubs in Ayrshire, will monitor specific flights to Ibiza and Alicante on a trial basis, starting next month.
rushed to a grocery store, bought a knife and went back to the nightclub where he stabbed the Egyptian bouncer in March.
Bouncers is directed by Falstaff Dowling Mitchell who also stars in the play with his younger brother Eden Dowling Mitchell, Lee Cudmore and Tom Hanratty.
One of the bouncers pulled out a gun and shot me twice.
Bouncers at Theatr Colwyn, Colwyn |Bay on March 9, 2015
All the gang are out on the town - the boys, the girls, the cheesy DJ, the late-night kebab man and the taxi home, all under the watchful eyes of the bouncers.
Current regulations permit two bouncers per over in Test matches and ODIs and one per over in Twenty20 cricket.
IT'S Friday night, it's club night - time for Bouncers to come alive
The largest casino in the UK is hiring "door dwarves" as it seeks to create a team of Britain's smallest bouncers.
Sydney, Nov 14 ( ANI ): Australian captain Michael Clarke has reportedly used his first training session since arriving in Brisbane to 'weave and hook' in a bid to prepare for an onslaught from bouncers by England bowler Stuart Broad and his teammates during the winter Ashes.
When drunken revellers get lairy, it's Britain's bouncers who often have to deal with the consequences.
we all know how strict bouncers can be about footwear.