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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.
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.
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.
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!
"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.