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  • n. Plural form of B-girl.

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Examples

  • In the middle of Short Vincent was the venerable Theatrical Bar and Grill, where bookies and B-girls rubbed elbows with well-to-do tourists, suburbanites, attorneys, and judges.

    Kill the Irishman

  • Then the B-boys and B-girls assembled around the stage in a half-circle took turns strutting their stuff to the rhythmic riffing, spinning, flipping and contorting their bodies into unbelievably elastic poses and leaving the audience agog.

    Gil Asakawa: Why I Love the Colorado Dragon Boat Festival

  • On testing her recipes and teaching techniques: Part of what helped me was, I gathered a posse of B-girls, women from all cooking levels.

    Barbecuing For Women

  • The crowd is young and the most diverse group of people I have ever seen at a gig: black, white, Asian, Latino and all shades in-between; skate kids, rave kids, B-girls and preppy boys.

    Two nights in the life of Brainfeeder, LA's low end high-flyers

  • He noticed two things: First, a lot of the prostitutes and B-girls were Russian.

    32 million extra males.

  • I remember Kelly Jo Minter being the mysterious masked B-Boy ? called "The Pilot" in an old TV movie that featured a few notable B-boys and B-girls...and then nothing.

    Dart Adams presents Nostalgia by Veidt*

  • Waugh's fanatical need to infuse his drab city life of accounting numbers, B-girls and deli sandwiches with the truth and beauty he finds in Hatrack Hines, Witness York and the other colorful ballplayers he invents transforms him into an artist.

    Baseball Fiction For the Prose Hall of Fame

  • Come out and watch local B-boys and B-girls heat up the dance floor to Planet Rock and other old school breakbeats.

    Rock it, don’t stop it, gotta rock it, don’t stop… | Seattle Metblogs

  • P Thailand/UK, Paul Spurrier This vampire movie set in the seedy world of Bangkok B-girls is just as watchable, and just as creepy, as it sounds.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • B-girls at bus stops and cab stands -- I talked Lucille with my brain revving Glenda.

    White Jazz

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