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informal term for an upper-class or wealthy person

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Nobby was in the twilight of his playing career when he joined Boro thereby joining Jack Charlton and the late Harold Shepherdson as links to England's 1966 World Cup winning team.
Two years ago Nobby was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Friends that I had were over three hours' drive away and I needed to be near to Nobby, to stay with him throughout the day.
As part of the project Nobby co-ordinated seven different churches and over 450 volunteers across the city to provide a shelter for around 20 rough sleepers, with a different church providing shelter on each day of the week.
I know from personal experience how you can come through this and I am sure Nobby will do the same.
His room-mate was Liverpool's Ian Callaghan and before the game Nobby (left) handed him something wrapped in a handkerchief with the instruction to hand it over at the final whistle.
I just can''t wait to see the children''s faces when Nobby trots on stage.
Many theatre fans will recognise his work because Nobby Clark's striking images have long been used to promote the work of Broadsides.
Drafted finally to this backwater of the Empire, whose once bustling importance had faded, since the Suez Canal was no longer under threat, Nobby slotted in well with me, fellow Newtownite Harry Coomer, Cockney Ernie Busson and farmer's boy Stan Wilson.
It fetched pounds 51,755 in the Nobby Stiles collection, after the ex-Manchester United star auctioned off his memorabilia in Edinburgh.
The 10lb crustacean, named Nobby, was spotted by workers at the top of the catch at a fish processing factory in Fleetwood, Lancashire.
Nonsense from Nobby Nobby, Well done on the first stupid statement in the Chatroom in 2009.
Nobby is the nickname for these stylish cutter-rigged inshore boats which mainly trawled for shrimps to supply local seaside resort markets at New Brighton and Southport.
NEWCASTLE boss Graeme Souness is hoping Nobby Solano can help to drag the club's season out of the doldrums when he lines up against former club Villa tomorrow.
DAVID O'Leary claims he stands little chance of being able to afford to sign James Milner permanently for Villa - even after confessing he has lost a "hero" in Nobby Solano.