Definitions for "Bouncer "
Keywords:  gnas, fita, rebounds, paintball, arrow
An arrow that when shot rebounds from the target. Under GNAS rules an additional arrow may be shot, but FITA rules that the arrow can only be scored if arrow holes on the target face are marked (an unmarked hole in the target face being the Bouncer).
An arrow that has hit and rebounded from the face of a target. (Under GNAS rules an arrow may be shot in it's place. Under FITA rules this is not so!)
a paintball that hits a player or his equipment but does not split open
Keywords:  batsman, pitch, chest, height, bowled
A short pitch delivery which passes at the shoulder or head height of the batsman. In ODI's only one bouncer per over is allowed.
a ball which is aimed to pitch in the first half of the crease, meaning it has had time to rise sharply to chest or head height by the time it reaches the batsman
a pre-delivery automailer that lets the envelope sender know what happened to a message
a person employed by a tavern, nightclub, or other place of public meeting, to eject persons who become violent or unruly.
a person whose duty is to throw troublemakers out of a bar or public meeting
a term for a person who deals with disorderly people in a bar or pub
Bouncer is an IRC session manager that can share a single server connection between multiple clients. This makes it possible to run the same IRC session at home or in your office. It also has a flexible plugin structure that allows you to record message and do logging in a centralized place.
a program that sits on a permanently connected machine that allows you to connect there, and from there to the irc server, just like a proxy works for webservers
a series of proxy servers that makes it hellishly impossible to trace the origins or destination of any connection
Keywords:  boaster, bully
A boaster; a bully.
The Bouncer was a fictional superhero that appeared in comic books published by Fox Feature Syndicate. Created by writer Robert Kanigher and artist Louis Ferstadt, the Bouncer first appeared in The Bouncer (no number, September 1944). His final appearance was in The Bouncer #14 (January 1945).
Keywords:  liar, lie, bold
A bold lie; also, a liar.
Keywords:  stout, big, something, kind, good
Something big; a good stout example of the kind.
a versatile, relatively inexpensive piece of baby equipment that your baby can enjoy from day one
a program that listens on a port and requires the authentication of the user to offer him an access
Keywords:  noise, heavy, moving, large, makes
One who bounces; a large, heavy person who makes much noise in moving.