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n.1.An active, stirring person.
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Press De Cuba now trades all over the Midlands with event organisers such as Digbeth Dining Club, Bustler Market and Canteen.
Jack Resnick & Sons signed Bustler Coffee, a self-service, fast-causal coffee shop, to its first Manhattan location at 485 Madison Avenue.
She has returned to basic black, but her spandex-like bodysuit is gone, and she spends much of' her time in low-cut black leather hip-huggers and a rather improbable bustler. She has had breast augmentation surgery also.
To reinforce the bustler center and side seams, place lace twill tape along the seamlines, and then stitch the long edges.
"Estimations say that the number of Syrian refugees will keep expanding, so will Lebanon's need for humanitarian aid," said Manuel Bustler of the Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Lord Falconer - Baron Falconer of Thoroton, to be precise - met the board at Norman Foster's landmark building last week having taken over the reins from another titled bustler, the dauntingly "can-do" Lord Puttnam.