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  • noun Plural form of redtop.

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Examples

  • Well, that's not exactly what the redtops claim and, besides, if you really want to take on the myth of feral youth, it's a bit of a swizz to start with 11-year-olds.

    TV review: 24 Hours in A&E; The Kids are Alright

  • Well, that's not exactly what the redtops claim and, besides, if you really want to take on the myth of feral youth, it's a bit of a swizz to start with 11-year-olds.

    TV review: 24 Hours in A&E; The Kids are Alright

  • Britain's freebooting redtops had massive circulations and massive amounts of cash; they could swoop down on ordinary people and turn them into stars for a short time, without these people anticipating the backlash of intrusion and spite heading their way.

    Tabloid – review

  • Many of the redtops are "school guides" who accompany visitors on tours.

    Outstanding new teacher: dazzling performer

  • Who knew that as the Met fights allegations that it is too close to the redtops, it would find itself explaining its employment of "Wolfman" Wallis and his PR firm Chamy.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • The Times loses out, but redtops with an 'anything but the election' policy are gaining ground in the circulation battle Last month's newspaper ABC circulation results show a few interesting things: that the Independents, which Alexander Lebedev bought for a pound last month, sold 90,000 full-price copies through the week and 68,000 on Sunday, down from 114,000 and 79,000 a year ago.

    Quality press sees slow start to election surge

  • But the redtops and middle-market dailies all fell back.

    Long faces glimpsed in the Mirror

  • Past societal divisions - northerner versus southerner for example - have gradually ironed themselves out of serious identity discourse and only their archaeological existence as jokes, or filler pieces for local redtops, tell us that this was ever a serious problem.

    Speaking as a People’s Republican…

  • Past societal divisions - northerner versus southerner for example - have gradually ironed themselves out of serious identity discourse and only their archaeological existence as jokes, or filler pieces for local redtops, tell us that this was ever a serious problem.

    Could local be the new British?

  • I don't tend to stoop as low as redtops to catch the news but I stumbled across this story in yesterday's Sun via another blog.

    Archive 2009-04-01

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