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  • n  an employee who mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar

  • Once he was admitted to a speakeasy on the strength of being a Prohibition agent; the barkeeper thought it was a good joke till Izzy arrested him.
  • The barkeeper and the gambler leer, sneer, entrap their victims.
  • Founded in 1892, the Post really came to life three years later when it was grabbed up by an ex-barkeeper and entrepreneur named Harry Tammen and a rich but tightfisted developer .
News & Articles

  • Economix Blog: State of the Union: Few Horatio Alger Stories
    Those examples in the State of the Union address of people who achieved success despite being the child of a barkeeper or a single mother were indeed impressive — partly because income mobility has remained stagnant.        
    Jan. 29, 2014 - New York Times
  • State of the Union: Few Horatio Alger Stories
    Those examples in the State of the Union address of people who achieved success despite being the child of a barkeeper or a single mother were indeed impressive — partly because income mobility has remained stagnant.
    Jan. 29, 2014 - New York Times

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