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flapper

(in the 1920s) a young woman, esp one flaunting her unconventional dress and behaviour
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JODIE KIDD tried to look innocent after persuading ELIZABETH JAGGER that her granny's size 16 flapper dress was perfect for the Charleston dance-off.
White goes on to identify the "male flapper" and "tramp Bohemian" as masculine ideals inscribed in the novels and magazine fiction of the 1920s youth culture.
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THE future of legendary Birmingham rock and pop pub The Flapper is under threat once again.
Nevertheless, I was genuinely pleased to see The Physics House Band have an upcoming July booking at The Flapper - Birmingham's Cambrian Wharf pub and live music venue.
With the single receiving praise from critics following its release on April 26, fans can hear that and their previous much-loved dreamscape guitar tracks when they play at The Flapper in their home city on May 17.
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And The Flapper Girls will provide a meet and greet service and they will also be providing live entertainment with their 1920's dancing including favourites like the Charleston.