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roadie

and roady
1. and roadster n. someone who helps rock groups set up for performances. I was a roadster for a while, but I didn’t like it.
2. and roadster in. to help rock groups set up. Let’s go downtown and roadster tonight. The Red Drips are in town.
3. mod. eager to travel; eager to get on the road. I get a little roady when the weather gets warm.
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While that may not have been the best Grade Two ever run, Roadie Joe showed an admirable attitude in seeing off Cardinal Palace by a short head, battling back after being edged into second.
The dealership has hundreds of trucks in stock and during the month of November each retail purchase of a new Ford truck from F-150 to the F-550 or a new Ram 1500 to 5500 will include a free Yeti Roadie Cooler.
Graham - a former Black Sabbath roadie and close friend of frontman Ozzy Osbourne - said: "I know the Eagles and I was going to go down and see them, but I didn't get a chance because U2 were rehearsing for an HBO special.
While Roadie provides a new way of shipping items, senders still need to know that their valuable goods are protected during transit, said Ronald Chang, president of UPS Capital.
Roadie is essentially "a small robot that tunes music instruments.
Stephens was the first person to invest in Roadie, Gorlin said.
With the roadie said to be friends with guitar legend Tony Iommi and UB40 saxophonist Brian Travers, a memorial ceremony next Saturday at Our Lady of Fatima Church, Quinton, is expected to draw members of the Birmingham rock fraternity.
The game starts out with Riggs - a roadie for a nu metal band - getting knocked out by a piece of falling stage.
In his book, Rock Roadie, Wright says Jeffrey told him in 1971 that Hendrix had been "worth more to him dead than alive" as he had taken out a life insurance policy on the musician worth 2million dollars, with himself as the beneficiary.
George Harrison was ill so roadie Neil Aspinall, right, stood in for the rehearsal; LOYAL Neil Aspinall
A kind-hearted roadie, who heard about the five year old, currently being treated in Penarth, has donated four tickets to see Robbie Williams at the Milton Keynes Bowl on September, 15.
That kept going, and then in 2003 I went out as a roadie on the Warped Tour.
A former roadie for a top pop band told an Old Bailey jury that King 'raped' him.
A BAND roadie caused a security scare - when he turned up for a BBC show with a toy gun.
NEW YORK -- Beginning today, Time Warner Cable is offering its Digital TV customers Roadie on Movies On Demand before its theatrical release.