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  • n. Plural form of carouser.


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  • Yet the Celts would have embraced those 70s carousers, Frank Worthington and Stan Bowles.

    Why are English sporting heroes so dull? | Kevin McKenna

  • Addendum: Yeah, that last line was unfair: As organizer Peter Corbett notes, there are only so many places in DC that can host 2,000 carousers for an evening.


  • Around the next bend was a supermarket aisle of bars, each one a revolving door of shouting and laughing carousers.


  • Guess what, until you guys actually pay your craft the mind it needs to get to the next level, you're gonna be called out in this town for being carousers.

    The Caps and the life

  • (Then there were the especially sought-after assignments: the Youth Squad, which made for easy graft from establishments that relied on the custom of underage carousers; plainclothes divisions, where each officer might make a monthly "pad" in the four figures in payoffs from numbers runners, pimps, and drug dealers.)

    May 2008

  • In a pioneering move to undercut the elite access of Utah-bound schmoozers and carousers, 2009 and 2010 selections The Cove, One Too Many Mornings, Homewrecker, Children of Invention, and Bass Ackwards were each made available on YouTube for rental.

    Analyst Declares Sundance’s Youtube Streaming Inititative A Flop | /Film

  • But do they have as much fun as he and his fellow carousers of 40 years ago?

    Red Bull's Dr Helmut Marko, the mastermind behind Sebastian Vettel

  • And of course there is Sinatra, in all his dangerous glamour — joshing with Shirley MacLaine and the rest of his band of nocturnal carousers, brooding, on the phone in sharply tailored pajamas (no doubt after sleeping through a good chunk of the day).

    His Second Act

  • Today's carol (previously) tells the heartwarming tale of a group of pushy carousers who demand nothing but alcohol.

    Can I start you off with some drinks?

  • We are in Soho in London, and from turrets lights shone and drunken carousers poured forth, and she was saying to me "I have looked down on you since 2001".



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