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bruiser

(ˈbruzɚ)
n. a large, rough male. That bruiser must weigh a ton.
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BRUISER J BRUISER Nicola Adams punched her way to sporting immortality yesterday by winning the first Olympic women's boxing title.
Samina Ahmed, 41, of St Agathas Road, Ward End, pleaded guilty to three animal neglect charges, including causing the unnecessary suffering of a pit bull terrier dog called Bruiser, when she appeared at Birmingham Magistrates Court.
Backed from 5-1 to 5-2, she got battered by 36-kilo bruiser Freedom Chief at the corner.
It was the beginning of October and, after checking his trail camera, my husband was thrilled to have captured images of a big bruiser.
The huge 11-pointer responded, and Rick shot the bruiser at 40 yards with his 12-gauge Remington 1187.
The 9-0 undefeated light-heavyweight prospect headlines a charity dinner show at London's Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square tonight, taking on Battersea bruiser Nick Okoth.
This season Team Bruiser and Team Blue are more popular than ever and it's hardly surprising with such great gifts and offers.
Down the road in Cwmfictional South, Dai Bruiser is not thinking the same thing at all.
With a reputation as a political bruiser, he has risen steadily through the Government ranks with posts in the now defunct Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, the Department for Transport and the Home Office.
Bruiser was given one last chance after owner Peter Kenneth Woodfin pleaded for his pet's life.
FIGHTING STRENGTHS: Bruiser has the common touch which endears him to voters.
Parker Lake is indeed home to bruiser browns, with some measuring to 20 inches or longer; smaller browns and brook trout reside in the outlet stream, Parker Creek.
Next time you're cruising some big hot bruiser at the Apple Store or in line for a roller coaster, you may have to ask yourself, Bear or straight?
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich pursued Malone hard last July, figuring the 40-year-old bruiser could fill the old David Robinson role of protecting Duncan.
The question then was - what tactics would be employed and how we would cope with Birmingham's bruiser approach?