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n.1.A toper; a boozer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Four fire brigade vehicles and water bouser brought the fire under control.
Bouser, the Western District began dismantling the merger limitation.
Brenda Bouser and her husband Steve were at the beach in Oak Island, North Carolina, US, at the start of a week's holiday, when they heard people yelling: "Get out of the water!" Shocked Brenda said: "It was so much like a scene from Jaws."
Witnesses Brenda Bouser and her husband Steve were at the beach when they heard people screaming "Get out of the water".
Nagy replaces Steve Bouser, who has moved to part-time opinion-page editor in his semi-retirement; Bouser had been editor since 1997.
A more thoughtful response came from Steve Bouser, editor of the Southern Pines, N.C.
These sedentary individuals represent the largest segment of the population that is at the greatest risk (Bouser 1999).
Lormine Blancarte, ARCH--Homeless Driftwood, Texas CAM Shelter John D Bouser, CAM St.
For the first time ever at Hearsall Common, the track will be properly watered to obtain optimum racing conditions, courtesy of a water bouser supplied by the council.
Growing up in the Docks, he was surrounded by the soul, blues and jazz scenes of the area, especially because his dad - Johnny 'Da Bouser' Jenkins - was a well respected percussionist, having played with the likes of The Platters and Don Byas when he lived in New York.