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beer bully
 n.— «Empower students to stand up to “beer bullies,” a term coined by a Florida educator. These are students who drink so aggressively that they try to bully other students into imitating or tolerating their behavior.» —“Alcohol expert urges diligence” by John C. Ensslin Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colo.) Dec. 7, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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