goldbricker


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goldbricker

n. a loafer. (Also a term of address.) Get moving, you goldbrickers.
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The Mark Brisbourne-trained Goldbricker, mistakenly sent to Southwell last month after being confused with stable companion York Cliff, who is two years his
If Joe is a goldbricker and human resources is being manipulated, operations should set the record straight.
Mark Brisbourne has his string in good form ahead of the new turf season and struck again with the Ben Swarbrick-ridden Goldbricker in the extended nine-furlong maiden.
Mark Brisbourne's five-hour trek from his West Country base was rewarded when Ellovamul landed the Norfolk Showground Claiming Stakes by two-and-a-half lengths from Goldbricker.
It would more likely be the case that jurors would conclude he was simply a malevolent bohemian or an outright goldbricker, and that he should be tried, convicted, and put safely away.
Uris brings other well-worn types on deck too: a high-school football hero and a clumsy blond Swede, a reformed delinquent and a comic Indian who says "Me no like um white man's war," Spanish Joe Gomez ("the biggest thief, liar, and goldbricker in the Marine Corps") and a hapless battalion orderly known only as Ziltch.