“Others might regard him as a conscienceless, borderline psychopath, and the riveting central performance by Rhys Ifans, who plays Marks as a charming, raffish boyo from the Welsh valleys, doesn't wholly preclude such an interpretation.”
“But as a young man, he was doubtlessly a "boyo," a bit of a lad.”
“The paper quotes literary expert Peter Finch as saying that "boyo" was once in common use, probably more in Swansea and Carmarthenshire than elsewhere.”
“I KNOW what you are TRYING to say, and I take that as a threat boyo.”
“Not much bloody fun being mocked by the neighbors, is it boyo?”
“When Declan pointed to his watch—place is about to blow, boyo—the man nodded, then hastened toward the forest.”
“Though RB only lasted three issues, Mazzzucchelli had even greater things ahead of him, most notably his stellar adaptation (collaborating with Paul Karasik) of Paul Auster's City of Glass, a graphic novel that frequently ends up on the short list of "best comics ever made and I'm not kidding boyo.”
“No blarney here; no Irish boyo flamboyance, despite the fact that Conor McPherson's 1997 drama is built on a string of supernatural tales shared over a steady flow of booze.”
“Tis lucky for you, boyo, that you're away over there in America.”
“You can't run away from the responsibilities you've created, boyo.”
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