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Synonyms for bootboys

a youth subculture that appeared first in England in the late 1960s as a working-class reaction to the hippies

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That left thousands to stream in from behind and from 'Bootboy Alley' and pile up on top of each other and squeeze gradually forward until the reached the kiosk.
But eldest daughter Maggie is made of equally stubborn stuff and defies her dad to marry painfully shy bootboy Will Mossop and set up a rival shop.
'Whether he is speaking to the chairman, or the bootboy, you can see the skills that he has dealing with people.'
THE taxpayer faces a EUR500,000 bill for the legal costs of rich kid killer Dermot Laide and bootboy pal Sean Mackey.
BOOTBOY Holebas goes in high on City star Dzeko as Roma crash to a painful defeat
From bootboy slum ghetto sport to a sanitised middle class fad and a national obsession that transcends class and gender.
When she decides to wed her father's dim-witted bootboy, Will Mossop, it leads to salvation all round.
PALS of Blackrock bootboy Dermot Laide yesterday rubbished claims he dumped his loyal girlfriend by text.
But not everyone was unhappy with their alter-egos-former Tory party chairman Lord Tebbit reveals he was secretly pleased with his hardman image-a sinister, cosh-wielding bootboy in a black leather jacket.
L i t h u a n i a ' s c o a c h Raimondas Zatautas refused to be drawn into a war of words over his side's bootboy tactics.
The 24-year-old Blackrock bootboy - jailed for two years for his part in the death of student Brian Murphy - fell ill at Midlands Prison on Monday.
Last week, Rory Bremner impersonated him on TV like a skinhead bootboy. That's because of the nasty stance he is taking on many issues.
Amid power cuts, strikes and bootboy aggro on the football terraces, Joe McCain, played by Compston, is bored of a life that's going nowhere.
BLACKROCK bootboy Dermot Laide will not appeal against his two-year sentence for violent disorder, a court heard yesterday.