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  • noun Plural form of boyo.


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  • So do many who we like, like the 'boyos' in Albuquerque.

    On Falconry

  • Martin, I fully support your wish to send a counter-petition supporting the Beeb's boyos, Cox and O'Briain, and their view of astrology.

    Astrologers angered by stars

  • All the moving parts—including Brian's gang of boyos, who can't decide whether to join the Civil Service or have another drink—are in place for well-oiled melodrama

    Deneuve, Tart Humor Elevate 'Potiche'

  • His boyos run up and the young boy with the sunny smile gets taken out in a curtain of metal.


  • I formerly used to refer to a small subset of them boyos as prep school carpenter boys; but then again, it's great to have a great prep school education, and then if your heart is in it, to become a great or even good carpenter.

    Instant Icons: Design Run A-Meh

  • Anything that makes the boyos at WEEI AM 850 break into a sweat is all right by me.

    Forgotten but not gone — until now

  • Anything that makes the boyos at WEEI AM 850 break into a sweat is all right by me.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Recalling the vivid tales his father painted for him of the joys and sufferings of raising the coven and the boyos, he added a sympathetic lilt to his voice.

    Not Forgotten. « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • The 50% will hit the financial sector boyos ,good.

    The Budget

  • While I can't say that I'll be reaching for a Socialist Workers Party membership application form just yet but every now and again one of those Trotskyist boyos can actually display a bit of wit - and to be fair it usually comes from yer man McCann.

    Come together


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