city boy


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Noun1.city boy - a city dweller with sophisticated manners and clothingcity boy - a city dweller with sophisticated manners and clothing
slicker - a person with good manners and stylish clothing
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For instance, I was a city boy, a city child, rather, to whom the country was an unexplored domain.
The show is being organised by Jacqui Jordan, of Four Pounds Avenue, Chapelfields, Coventry, who co-ordinated the fundraising drive for four-year-old city boy, Jordan Accardi.
A DISABLED city boy is able to go on day trips with his family after a childrens' charity gave him a car seat.
FOG at Great Leighs caused mayhem for in-running punters in the opener, when commentator Ian Bartlett saw them coming out of the gloom and swiftly called Steel City Boy the winner, that horse seeing upwards of pounds 2,700 matched at the minimum 1.01 on Betfair.
ANN STOKELL, whose Pawan has had to be scratched from today's Ladbrokes Bunbury Cup after an attack of colic, gained some compensation when Steel City Boy, whom she trains and rides, took the 6f handicap by a head from Peter Island.
It tells the story of city boy Ren, who has to move to small town America where dancing is banned.
WIDE-EYED pupils at a Coventry school stayed up round-the-clock to raise pounds 1,750 for a city boy fighting a rare form of cancer.
DECLAN CARROLL'S team have hit a rich vein of form and the Warthill trainer made it five winners in the past fortnight with a 146-1 double courtesy of Joshua's Gold and Steel City Boy, both ridden by Danny Tudhope.
2.05 COOLREE STAR, 2.40 FAIR NELLA, 3.10 EJEED (NAP), 3.45 BLACK DAHLIA, 4.20 STAR CHOICE, 4.50 STEEL CITY BOY, 5.20 DOUBLE BILL DOUBLE: EJEED AND STEEL CITY BOY
2.10 PRIMO DE VIDA, 2.40 HINDU KUSH, 3.15 MORE TIME TIM, 3.50 STEEL CITY BOY, 4.25 REALISM (NAP), 5.00 IMPRIMIS TAGULA, 5.30 SKYSURFERS DOUBLE: REALISM and MORE TIME TIM
CITY boy Patrick Nesbitt lives a life of wealth and privilege.
But for many traders, the demise signals something more alarming - the end of life as a city boy. In this account, former trader Geraint Anderson, 35, lifts the lid on the kind of excesses that traders can kiss goodbye.