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play, the parents of these young rioting rapscallions had their own responsibilities to keep their feral offspring on a leash.
Drawing from her own decades-past experience of having worked on a small track, Gordon commandingly relays the story of a raffish band of rapscallions, dreamers and schemers all, veritable slaves to the promise of easy money; a grim and gritty story evoking as much the dissipation of a gambler's life as it does the violent vicissitudes of intimate and profligate relationships; a story weaving terrible moments, like kidnapping, murder, and rape; a story singing of a singular battle-scarred nobility; a story as darkly layered as the American dream and nightmare.
Support comes from RED RABBITS, Teesside's very own version of Velvet Underground; young rapscallions THE EASTERN FRONT and Hartlepool band ARCS AND TRAUMA.
I have mentioned this because only last month I saw a programme on TV in which modern rapscallions were being prescribed sedative drugs?
Benji Webbe and his ragga-punk rapscallions opened their latest exhaustive UK tour with a sold-out show at the Academy and no-one was allowed to leave until they had sweated out at least half a stone in weight.
Like a shot to the senses, the cheeky rapscallions packed 10 invigorating songs into a half-hour set, kicking off with the superb Ratcatcher.
n Attract the right calibre of local representatives: It has long been a problem in Eastern European countries that people who run for local office tend to be scoundrels, rapscallions and ne'er-do-wells.
Melinda Long knows that children share our fascination with these rapscallions and rogues of the sea.
If you prize reading about rapscallions, also see Stuart B.
Brother Eagan's legal larceny is counterpointed ("Page Two") by the local police log of cat burglars and rapscallions who pilfer others' belongings and whose apprehensions fill the rap sheet of human desire.
These raggedy rapscallions from Dundee came roaring out of their cubbyhole with last year's No 1 debut album Hats Off To The Buskers.
Fueled by imagination and history, Pirates features eternally-lovable rapscallions, swashbuckling adventure, and the fun and strategy of ship-to- ship combat.
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Distance-no-object was his philosophy as blistering volleys and thunderous shots billowed the opposing net with spectacular regularity to the ecstatic delight of the adoring crowds wrapped around the Grange Road ground, including those non-paying young rapscallions hanging from branches in the adjacent Botanical Gardens
Hefner Way, two young rapscallions tried to steal the sign.