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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.
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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.
THE Esk Valley Theatre group is setting out on a tour taking in Teesside venues with John Godber play Bouncers.
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.
NIGHTCLUB bouncers will patrol the bars at Prestwick Airport in a clampdown on stag and hen party drunks.
At first, the Saudi refused to leave, but when bouncers escorted him out by force, he cursed B.
Tonight is the last opportunity to see John Godber's multi-award winning cult comedy show Bouncers at the British Club in Adliya.
The two bouncers came over straight away after I complained that the drinks were a rip-off.
Bouncers Les, Judd, Ralph and lucky Eric prepare for an evening of carnage with lads on the lash, and girls decked out for a night on the town.
John Godber's Bouncers will be a definitive version directed by its writer and will run from Monday, February 9 to Wednesday, February 11.
ISLAMABAD -- International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive David Richardson revealed that a clampdown down on bouncers is unlikely despite the passing of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes last Thursday.
Mumbai: Banning bouncers following the death of Australia's Phillip Hughes would be unfair on bowlers because batsmen always have the option of ducking under short-pitched deliveries, former India opener Virender Sehwag said on Tuesday.