bouncer

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bouncer

A person (usually a strong one) whose job is to oust troublemakers or reject unwelcome people from a bar, club, or similar setting. Come on, the bouncer will never let two dweebs like us in. The bouncer is going to throw us out if you keep dancing on the tables like that.

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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The guys messing that is it, that bad, have been a major Phoenix "The bouncer managed to get him out of the bar, then the lad smashed a glass off the front door.
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He beat me first and threw the glass at me; I picked it up and threw it back when it accidentally hit the bouncer. I did not mean to injure him.
People who saw what happened ask the bouncer why he beat the customer to death.
Verdict: It could be a good idea if the bouncer is with a teacher to keep the teacher safe.
The bouncer approached Delgado and told him that he and his wife should probably leave.
The bouncer stopped him and said, "Sorry sir, no pets allowed."
The bouncer meanwhile spotted automatic weapons and explosives in the kitchen and watched the other man look at cut-away diagrams of commercial airliners on a computer.
According to the charge sheet, prosecutors said the suspect got drunk and injured the bouncer's hand and caused him a 25 per cent permanent disability.
Shortly after that he returned and took me by surprise and stabbed me in my shoulder," claimed the bouncer.
But he was blinded in one eye after being fired at by the bouncer, who was later arrested by police.
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When Digvijay asked him to give them five more minutes to finish their drinks, the bouncer got angry and the two entered into a heated argument.