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bop

(bɑp)
1. tv. to strike someone or something. You wanna get bopped in the beezer?
2. n. a style of jazz popular in the 1940s. We heard some bop in an old movie.
3. n. a drug in pill form; a dose of a drug. (see also hit.) You gonna drop both of them bops?

drop a bop

tv. to take a drug in pill form. (see also bop.) Wanna come over and drop a bop or two?
See also: bop, drop
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8220;The Bopper does not require any maintenance, making it a great solution for small and medium sized production runs.
2, 1959, concert in Clear Lake, Iowa, the last time that Holly, Valens, and Bopper performed together before the fateful plane crash that took their lives the next day.
If the bopper tags the wrong person, that person bops the bopper.
My father even asked me Why I Wanted To Be A Bopper.
The Bopper features a manual rotor plate design that allows the operator to load, press in the insert and unload simultaneously by simply indexing the rotor plate to the next indent.
Also on board were the Big Bopper - real name Jiles P Richardson - 28, and Ritchie Valens, 17.
when a plane crash claimed the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper.
Now, 50 Winters Later, a weeklong celebration at the Surf Ballroom & Museum will begin on Wednesday, January 28, 2009 honoring the lives, music, and influence of Holly, The Big Bopper and Valens.
Here we're treated to essentially a "concert" within the musical itself, with the Big Bopper belting out "Chantilly Lace" and Ritchie Valens swiveling his hips to "La Bamba," then Buddy singing "Peggy Sue Got Married," "Why Do Fools" and "Johnny B.
He now performs throughout North America as part of ``Winter Dance Party,'' an on-stage re-creation of the 1959 tour that was embarked on by Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper just before their chartered private plane crashed, killing all on board.
lTotal chaos in the first leg of the novice hurdle at Chepstow, in which winner Weeny Bopper (John/Paul Webber) and runner-up Golden Spice (Fred Winter/John Francome) are the only two in a field of 14 to take the correct course on the home turn.
The show stars Marc Robinson, Stars in their Eyes winner and widely viewed as the country's number one Buddy, John-Simon Rawlings as The Big Bopper from West End musical Buddy, Paul Lillie as Elvis Presley and Barry Steele as Roy Orbison.
He perished in a plane crash near Mason City, Iowa along with fellow rock'n'rollers Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper.
17 /PRNewswire/ -- Potion Pictures announced today pre-production of THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED, the story of The Big Bopper, who died in the infamous plane crash on February 3, 1959, with Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens.
THE body of rock and roll star The Big Bopper has been exhumed - to let forensics experts confirm he died in a plane crash.