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  • n. Plural form of nightclubber.


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  • Downstairs, Alain Ducasse's Spoon, an outdoor restaurant attached to the hotel, acts as a launch point for evening parties, where nightclubbers fortify themselves with California-style sushi rolls and an incredibly sinful runny-egg, asparagus, and morel-mushroom dish.

    More Than Just a Tan

  • New material so far has included a dispatch from a Finnish TV journalist on "learning how to give and receive in the Russian way", though the report seems to focus on a bunch of nouveau-riche St Petersburg nightclubbers.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Also called GBH and liquid ecstasy, it is the current drug of choice among nightclubbers.

    The date rape menace

  • Rediscovering "touch dancing" and the '40s hot jazz of Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller, nightclubbers are learning steps ranging from the simple jitterbug to the feverish footwork of the Lindy Hop.

    Boppin' Cats And Kittens

  • But, interestingly, though Osama’s boys are happy to topple New York landmarks, slaughter Balinese nightclubbers, blow up French oil tankers, kill Philippine missionaries, take out Tunisian synagogues and hijack Moscow musicals, you can’t help noticing they do absolutely zip against the regime they allegedly loathe.

    Daimnation!: Mark Steyn (whose long-overdue website

  • While many New York publicists and nightclubbers would like to claim them as part of their circle, the truth is that neither one has made much of an effort to become a social-scene fixture.

    Archive 2004-08-01

  • Are you expecting, from what you're hearing from other area hospitals, that the injuries sustained from some of these nightclubbers last night will be serious enough in the end to cost them their lives, too?

    CNN Transcript Feb 21, 2003

  • Like exhausted nightclubbers, early animals may have weathered their harsh lifestyle by squirming up to the oxygen bar.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Researchers in Britain revealed Friday they are exploring whether the nightclubbers' drug ecstasy could be effective in treating blood cancers.

  • Those who bought into Belltown condos have long felt under siege by nightclubbers, and I wonder how anyone gets any sleep in Pioneer Square.

    The Seattle Times


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