Booth, Captain

Booth, Captain

continually in and out of debtor’s prison. [Br. Lit.: Amelia]
See: Poverty

Booth, Captain

pleasure-loving prodigal; lacks discipline. [Br. Lit.: Amelia]
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In addition to the exposure granted to BVI via the exhibition booth, Captain Bala said that BVI will also be presented with other education opportunities at the various conferences, debates and seminars where industry leaders facilitate discussions on current maritime and shipping topics.
That secret weapon was Roy Booth, captain of both teams, who went on to become wicketkeeper for Golcar and Yorkshire.
FAVOURITE FOURBALL: I had the pleasure of playing with that great tennis player Jimmy Connors, John Smith of First National (now Active), the sponsoring company and Leo Booth, captain Royal Dublin.