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  • n. Plural form of bouncer.


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  • Simich said he remained in the bar as the man was taken away by men he identified as the bouncers and he did not witness the alleged beating. - Stuff

  • As the bouncers are about to hustle him off, JACK beckons him up onto the stage.

    Nowhere Town: Epilogue

  • Apparently, the bouncers were the only ones allowed to stomp ass in Club Magique.


  • But the glamour of his morning's success was still over him at that time; Peden and his bouncers were a little cautious, a little cowed.

    Trail's End

  • "We're sending our bouncers and we're going to help man the lemonade stand to keep it safe," Martinek said, tongue in cheek, today, adding that their so-called bouncers are actually people who will pass out promotional items to those who stop at the stand. - RSS

  • Named as defendants are Harty, Harty Enterprises doing business as Jokers Wild and four men identified as bouncers at the bar, responsible for "ejecting disorderly persons" -- Robbie Childers, Melvin Davis, Ralph Durke and Chris Goe. Top Stories

  • Large men known as bouncers will assist and protect the priestesses, as well as the congregation itself.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Over the weekend, Greek police arrested four men described as bouncers and waiters for perpetrating the attacks, saying they were motivated by a dislike of Jews.

    JPost Headlines

  • This article, sent by Chris, says that a team of 6 'bouncers' came to the ARD office, ready to beat things and people up and that they took one of the crew.

    Iran Election Live-Blogging (Tuesday June 16)

  • I wasn't able to pre-register for a few storytelling sessions but with so many to choose from and the genuine kindness of WEF "bouncers," who permit entry if/when seats are available, by no means did I feel that I missed anything.

    Susan Sawyers: Dish After Davos: Magic and The Mountains


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