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  • n. Plural form of barback.

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Examples

  • My acquaintance was small compared to many, but I came on them last night, pool players and boozers and barbacks, people who take shelter at late-night establishments and who had provided a sanctuary for Dale with the little they themselves had to offer.

    So If You See The Vulture Coming

  • The best barbacks are those whose intuition allows them to anticipate the most pressing of the bar at any given moment, and they fulfill those needs with amazing and oftentimes dizzying speed.

    Karl Kozel: The Unsung Heroes Of The Bar

  • The barbacks today are largely immigrants, and you should pull up a stool and watch America at work.

    Karl Kozel: The Unsung Heroes Of The Bar

  • They worked as barbacks barbacks are the assistants to the bartenders whose main duty is to keep the bar stocked before, during, and after service, which in most establishments is very difficult, requiring brute strength, and the ability to multi-task and to take direction.

    Karl Kozel: The Unsung Heroes Of The Bar

  • Both John and I developed a little crush on one of the barbacks at Woodys - which gave me an idea for a film, Barback Mountin'.

    Back, Less Briefly

  • "PLAY LIMP BISKIT, DUDE!!!" one of the barbacks yelled ... thinking he had stumped ol 'Uncle Bob.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • No, the most likely impact is that a few maids and doormen, waiters and barbacks, will have a bit less money to spend.

    Xpatriated Texan

  • General Manager Earlene Hinson says that she's looking for bartenders, barbacks, cocktail servers, cooks and dishwashers, and that those interested should stop by the restaurant to apply.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • For immigrants like Cortez and Guzman, it means a degree of job security - but also more competition if they want to advance into jobs above bussers and barbacks, runners, dishwashers and crop hands.

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  • For immigrants such as Cortez and Guzman, it means a degree of job security -- but also more competition if they want to advance into jobs above bussers and barbacks, runners, dishwashers and crop hands.

    Local News | The Bryan College Station Eagle

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