- n. Plural form of rockstar.
“Guys like Brubaker, Fraction, McDuffie and, yes, Bendis are doing all the heavy lifting these days at the House of Ideas, with many of the so-called rockstars like Millar and Jeph Loeb somewhat marginal players at this point as the world moves past their eternally in-production projects.”
“Sailing with yachting 'rockstars' around an island frequented by rockstars, aboard the largest boat in the regatta in pulsating tradewind conditions ... yesterday was a good day!”
“First, there is the new breed of education reform "rockstars" hitting their stride.”
“It features real-world engineers that are truly "rockstars" (or should be) like Alay Bhatt, the co-inventor of the USB.”
“This seems to be some trite disavowal of fame and success that we hear from some such "rockstars" after they've had their hits and licensed their songs off-as”
“He writes: "Yes, 'hardcore' writers consider it as vanity publishing, but any, if not most, "rockstars" had to start with an EP.”
“rockstars" but after they're hired, they don't make the best use of these rockstars 'personality, their social capital.”
“Â Plenty of professionals, doctors, authors, bloggers and artists can relate to this: within their niche they are well known, if not rockstars.”
“Plenty of professionals, doctors, authors, bloggers and artists can relate to this: within their niche they are well known, if not rockstars.”
“The Dude – On the Malaysian community of “rockstars””
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