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moocher

1. n. a beggar. I try to give every moocher a little change.
2. n. a drug addict. (Drugs.) These moochers will do anything to get a few bucks for a load.
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During Minnie the Moocher, two plucky LIVE LAST NIGHT ladies from the crowd tried to sneak up on him and feel his bottom.
Highlights here include duets on the sultry Little Green Apples with Kelly Clarkson, Minnie The Moocher, Dream A Little Dream with Lily Allen and Swings Both Ways with Rufus Wainwright.
popular street food market with stalls from Dirty Dogs, Fire & Salt BBQ, Streatza, The Moocher, Ginger's Comfort Emporium, Tio''s Snack Shack, Las Paelleras, Pancake Corner, Honest Crust and Can Cook.
A jazzy cover of Cab Calloway's Minnie The Moocher was an early highlight, with Robbie twisting the lyrics to get big laughs out of his own personal troubles, while Not Like The Others came over like a poppier Foo Fighters.
Understudy William Hazell's performances as Reverend Levi Lovejoy and Cab Calloway are certainly spirited, but they missed the mark a little - a shame, as Minnie the Moocher is a real highlight of the original '80s film.
When I said "people" I meant "corporations are people, too, my friend" people, not the riff-raff, unwashed, hoi polloi moocher class to whom the doors of power are forever closed.
There was no Minnie the Moocher, MacQuarrie's live hen decoy, sharing the point that day, but the half-dozen mallards and pair of goose dekes huddled close to shore, giving some color and adding appeal to our spread.
She reads that poem every year, because it reminds us all of a story that: Frances, now 94, loves to tell of how she once jumped up on a table at the Junior Senior ball and danced to Cab Calloway's 1931 hit "Minnie the Moocher.
To disown his biological father, an amoral moocher who fouls the purity of his identity, Giorgio replaces him with Demetrio--whose heir he is.
Cab Calloway, a WESTCOAST BLACK THEATRE TROUPE production, will be more straight-up fun, since Calloway, the original moonwalker and Minnie the Moocher man, seems to have had less tragedy in his personal life.
Moocher joins Brown Harris Stevens from Halstead Property where she was an award-winning top producer.
He says that contributing will help boomerangers feel less like freeloaders, and will also ease worries among relatives that their new houseguest is a potential moocher.
Cartoons that caricatured Cab Calloway began with David and Max Fleisher's Betty Boop--Minnie the Moocher (1932) and The Old Man of the Mountain (1933).
But his is a written language, not yet the Newfoundland dialect poems of a Mary Dalton (for that, see Dawe's alphabet book for children, Moocher in the Lun).
Moocher in the Lun: A Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Alphabet Illustrated by C.