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  • n. a day boarder who is a boy.

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  • n. a day boarder who is a boy

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  • Jason was a "dayboy" at the National Ballet School from the age of 10.

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  • This was no other than poor Jack Butts, who is a sort of small artist and picture-dealer by profession, and was a dayboy at

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  • I was a dayboy at a large school in a country town and absolutely innocent as to deed, thought, or knowledge.

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  • This was no other than poor Jack Butts, who is a sort of small artist and picture-dealer by profession, and was a dayboy at Slaughter House when we were there, and very serviceable in bringing in sausages, pots of pickles, and other articles of merchandise, which we could not otherwise procure.

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