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  • n. One who hobnobs.


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  • Remember that wise old saying, friends: The Truncheon is oft times the hobnobber of Commerce!


  • Mr. Bonzai, the photographer, writer and professional hobnobber of the music recording industry announced the release of a new book at Winter NAMM 2009.

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  • The World War II vet started out as a producer, director, and overall Hollywood hobnobber who succumbed early to the dregs of the drug and alcohol.

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  • At the very least, he has shown himself to be an enthusiastic hobnobber with the rich and powerful at a time when the Conservatives are doing their best to appeal to the British masses.

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  • Just as I hate marching in the streets but do it because it must be done, I’m SOOO not a fund-raiser hobnobber…but God do I want Lieberman out on his ass!

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  • "The result is an intellectual history of Warhol, bucking the trend toward the star-studded VH1-ization of biodocs and constructed with a mission to dispel the artist's own self-created image as high-fashion hobnobber in favor of a more profound depiction.

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