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Club

A group of underwriters who do not need to proceed to form a syndicate.
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A police corporal testified to prosecutors that the suspect claimed during questioning that he worked in the nightclub and when he spotted the sisters fighting with a female clubber, he intervened to stop the fight.
Over at Gareth Bale's bar Elevens, former England and Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard posed for pictures with clubbers.
HUNDREDS of clubbers have demanded a refund after organisers of Scotland's biggest dance music event allegedly oversold more than 300 tickets.
Four other clubbers were taken to hospital after taking the same pills.
The clubber posed for pictures at the Birmingham indie-music event, Uprawr, held at the Asylum venue in Hockley, Birmingham, on Saturday.
A CLUBBER was in a coma last night after taking drugs and falling ill at a nightspot where a man died from a suspected bad batch of ecstasy a week ago.
Clubber Mackenzie Place said he liked the "crazy and kind of salacious" wall.
Summary: Detectives investigating the disappearance of clubber Sian O'Callaghan have released images of her last known movements.
Those of you who have no taste in movies will recognize the lines from Rocky III, where Clubber Lang, played by Mr.
Para resumir, los miembros de la subcultura de la droga fueron el unico tipo de clubber que encontramos con historiales de larga duracion de consumo de drogas ilegales con consecuencias en su presente y su pasado.
For example, Clubber 2 reported that newcomers to the job club sometimes had unrealistic expectations of how long their job searches would take: "[I observed] new people in their 4th week and they're thinking like in another 2 weeks I'm going to have a job when, in the reality, it's not going to necessarily happen.
ONE clubber, sodden in sweat and half deaf summed it up when he said: "I can't believe Tong is in town