bar fly


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Noun1.bar fly - a drinker who frequents barsbar fly - a drinker who frequents bars  
imbiber, juicer, toper, drinker - a person who drinks alcoholic beverages (especially to excess)
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BAR FLY Nifty winger GMS wants punters cheering his name in the Newmarket bar, below left
Despite being a regular alongside Fisher in Rab C Nesbitt - playing bar fly Andra Binnie - and appearances in shows including Still Game and Dear Green Place, he sees himself as a straight actor.
At 18, the young Matthias landed his first bar job at the legendary "Bar Fly Paris" and it also marked his long-standing stint under George V Entertainment.
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Popular live gig venues across Cardiff that have closed * Bar Fly The popular rock venue, along Kingsway, closed its doors in September last year after 10 years in Cardiff.
embassy blacklist of Riga bar and clubs updated on July 14 includes Babylon (formerly Roxy Klub), Royal (formerly Lord's Pub and Groks Pub), Saxon, Foxy Lounge, Infinity Bars (formerly Bar Fly), Mary, Pussy Lounge (formerly Doll House and Zig Zag), Puzzle" (formerly Pink Panther), Roxbury (formerly Mademoiselle Cigar Club), Sakura (formerly Nobu Sushi), Zephyr Bar, Versace and Cognac Bar.
One of his last short stories, "Reaching Rose," published in the 2004 collection Moe's Villa and Other Stories, was a remarkable piece of semi-confessional fiction about a lonely bar fly coming to terms with his own mortality: When Mr.
Tomorrow night at Bar fly is A Night of a Thousand Jay A stons, a drag lip-synch musical featuring the music of Bucks Fizz.
For many years the accepted (and pretty much sole) record of Sexton and Plath's friendship has been Sexton's brief memoir "The Bar Fly Ought to Sing." In the fall of 1966, Tri-Quarterly magazine published a, and I quote, "womanly issue," which featured a special section called "The Art of Sylvia Plath"--one of the earliest, if not the first, tributes to Plath.
You can see what you think when they play the Bar Fly in Liverpool's Seel Street on Tuesday, October 19.
Bar Ocho and Bar Fly -- Both boast excellent atmosphere with live music some nights.