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flyboy

slang A pilot or other member of an air force. The bar near the base is usually filled with cocky flyboys bragging about doing barrel rolls or whatever.
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flyboy

n. a pilot. (Military.) Rocko was a flyboy in Korea.
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The entertainment lineup includes live music from 80's Band Groove Kitty; DJ Mike White; Lola Demure "The Prima Ballerina of Burlesque"; Energia Entertainment Presents: Fly Boys Burlesque, Energia Samba, & Energia Belly Dancers and Snake Charmers Christina Simmons and Eliza Moons.
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Fly boys entered the L-shaped Cardiff arcade branch of John Menzies through the north door, lifted a handful of volumes and slipped back out silently through the exit to the south.
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THE Mc Fly boys say this is a more mature sound for their band and it is, to an extent.
Contrary to law, tavern keeper John Hughson sold them food and alcohol; moreover he fenced goods stolen by gangs, like the Geneva Club and the Smith's Fly Boys. Similarly, there is evidence that some who gathered at Hughson's tavern discussed plans to burn the city.
B & R took over the lead in the second half which opened with Richard Wagner's lively Act III piece from the opera Lohengrin and a tribute to the "fly boys" with Ron Goodwin's 633 Squadron.
For while most of his fellow Fly boys drift in and out of coherency and consciousness--one even has a GHB overdose on-camera while his two attending buddies reminisce about their own trips to the ER--Del Campo remains sober, articulate, and remarkably self-possessed throughout.
"A lot of people have this image that businessmen, especially businessmen from London, are a bunch of fly boys, people who cheat and lie and trick people into doing things.
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