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a person whose duty is to throw troublemakers out of a bar or public meeting


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My Uncle Bouncer has displayed a lamentable want of discretion for his years;" said Peter reflectively, "but there are two hopeful circumstances.
Bouncer had passed a sleepless night, and quarrelled again at breakfast.
Bouncer, very sulky, was huddled up in a corner, barricaded with a chair.
Manno was called upstairs by other bouncers to remove Reinhart, who he testified was swearing and acting "belligerent, loud and unruly.
Rashid said he had fired bouncers in the past for not following restaurant policies, including the application of the dress code.
Naguib Sawiris described to the court in detail how he and his entourage were assaulted in the early hours of September 30 by the owner and the bouncers of the nightclub.
A spokeswoman for Mothercare said: "We are undertaking a voluntary recall of the Loved so Much bouncers.
FOOTAGE appearing to show bouncers throwing punches when confronted by rowdy clubbers has gone viral on social media in recent weeks.
PLAYWRIGHT John Godber wanted to create a pacy, gritty account of nightclub life when he wrote Bouncers.
Though such features are incredible, those make commercial bouncers impractical for residential use.
LOVED Welsh Theatre company Black RAT Productions will present playwright John Godber's "non-stop" gritty comedy drama Bouncers for their 2016 Autumn Tour of Wales.
THIS video shows the moment a young man was allegedly beaten by three bouncers outside a popular nightclub.
A total of 442 security personnel-including 100 uniformed policemen, 235 bouncers, plainclothesmen, and teams of drug-sniffing dogs-were deployed for the May 21 open-air concert in Pasay City where five people collapsed and later died in the hospital, the National Bureau of Investigation gathered on Thursday.
AFTER creating a row by deploying bouncers outside a Sikh shrine, spinner Harbhajan Singh has courted another controversy by offering hookahs to guests during his marriage celebrations.
BOUNCERS hardly does justice to the range of characters we encounter in this odyssey through a 1980s night out in Liverpool - which is by turns comic and nightmarish, but always recognisable and believable.