choirboy


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choirboy

one of a number of young boys who sing the treble part in a church choir
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The recruited choirboy would have left his family's home to enter into an established choral community at London's cathedral.
Working with Dame Julie Andrews is one of the many memorable moments that sticks in the mind of the former choirboy turned TV presenter who found fame for his cover version of orking with Dame Julie Andrews is one of the many memorable moments that sticks in the mind of the former choirboy turned TV presenter who found fame for his cover version of Walking In The Air from the animated classic The Snowman.
The choirboys ran a stall, which was effectively a game of roulette; they had a clockwork train running round a circle and you 'bought' one of the carriages.
The former choirboy popped the question to 32-year-old Suzanne last Hogmanay.
At that point, a journalist said something like "put the choirboy in the picture.
Young Justin is a quietlyspoken lad and has the looks of a choirboy.
The replies: cooking recipes, 14 percent; data on restaurants and eating out, 13 percent; hair styles and fashions, l0 percent; cinema and concerts, 9 percent; information on job-hunting, 8 percent; photos of celebrities, 5 percent; data on real estate and housing, 3 percent; and the largest group, 30 percent, which with the honesty of a choirboy replied, "nothing in particular.
Mac has that sort of evil choirboy thing that Michael had," he told The Buzz.
Don't tell me he was a choirboy and didn't become big and bad until he entered the NFL.
Since I was a choirboy and sang at her Coronation, I have admired the Queen.
Campbell is cast against type; with his haystack of blond hair, he looks more like a choirboy than a hard-bitten hack struggling to make ends meet, but he brings grit to his booming rendition of the title song.
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