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a boy who sells or delivers newspapers

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Even a Sunday is not a day of rest as he organises the other paperboys and girls.
Now is it open season on paperboys yet, or do I have to resort to bribery like with the last one?
Of course, the range of opportunities isn't as diverse here as it is for those living back in England, a paperboy being a prime example of this.
Now his parents Kenneth and Harriet are backing a campaign to ensure newsagents are aware of their responsibilities for the safety of paperboys and girls.
It's good to see you return to your dancing roots with Nicole Kidman in the trailer for The Paperboy, but your moves seem to have gotten wetter and more naked.
Based on the novel of the same name by Pete Dexter, The Paperboy is set in Miami in the 1960s, and tells the story of two brothers who try to uncover the truth about a man on death row.
The Paperboy is one of twenty-two films competing for the Palme d'Or trophy at the Cannes Film Festival.
My career as a paperboy reached its zenith with the arrival of the October 1951 issue of Brass Tacks, the carriers' monthly newsletter.
DEDICATED paperboys had a special delivery of their own after winning an ECHO competition.
A former Birmingham paperboy turned top businessman has given a masterclass to city pupils.
1833: Barney Flaherty answered an ad in The New York Sun and became the first paperboy, aged 10.
A PAPERBOY who suffered brain damage when he was knocked down on a busy Midland road is in line for a compensation payout.
Does the paperboy drop it off at the bottom of the trunk?
I was her paperboy and, on a couple of occasions, her baby sitter, when my sisters weren't available to watch her children, Megan and Michael.
A Violin,'' and Forest Whitaker is on a bonus track reading ``The Paperboy.