boho

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bo·ho

 (bō′hō′) Informal
adj.
Unconventional, as in behavior or taste; bohemian.
n.
A bohemian.

boho

(ˈbəʊhəʊ)
n, adjpl -hos
informal short for Bohemian2, Bohemian5
Translations

boho

[ˈbəʊhəʊ]
A. ADJbohemio
B. Nbohemio/a m/f
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30pm on Friday, January 24, when they went into Bohos on Welbeck Road in Walker, wearing balaclavas and carrying a knife and a baseball bat, and demand ed money.
One at the Jubilee Social Club in Walker, Newcastle, on January 23, and another at Bohos salon at Welbeck Street, Walker, the following day and an attack at Grace Street in Byker, on Friday morning, in which a 36-year-old man suffered abdominal injuries.
The results of the categories were as following: Small Category Ahmad Nazar from the Kurdistan Region took first place; Kornel Bohos from Hungary came second; Tibor Fuzesi from Hungary was third; Pantelis Stavroulakis from Greece became fourth; Francesco Osto from Italy secured fifth place; and Julio Portet from Spain was sixth.
But nothing was funnier that Pep Guardiola becoming the most sought-after manager in history just by hanging out in New York with Greenwich Village bohos.
Certainly Diferente's depiction of the lives of Spain's upper classes and jazz-loving bohos is deeply indebted to Hollywood's stylized approach to modern life and the Beat generation, sharing with Minnelli's cinema an intense aestheticism as well as a concern for the creative individual's struggle for self-expression against an antagonistic world (Gerstner 269).
You'll find the hip crowd congregating in Tribeca, Greenwich Village still attracts the bohos while the Upper East Side is strictly upper-crust.
I rarely miss an episode of 10 Years Younger and watch amazed at how, with a little help from the experts, barefoot bohos are transformed into glamourpusses.
blacks--may be seen at once for b-boys, bohos (and even buppies) as a life-affirming yet idealized projection of the self, for banji boys and homo-thugs as a thinly veiled poster child for life "on the down low," and for straight black women and lesbians as lover, brother, and son.
During the week, the laid-back atmosphere sees locals drinking alongside young professionals and arty bohos.
Low-income families looking for a bargain brush shoulders with affluent antique hunters looking to cash in on stall holders who are ignorant to what they have, and they in turn mingle with trendy fashionista bohos looking for stylish nick-nacks to decorate their homes or clothes.
The book's cast of characters includes the familiar, with chapters on the likes of Socrates, the transcendentalists, the bohos of Paris' Cabaret Voltaire, the Beats, and Students for a Democratic Society.
Recorded in 1975, but only released 25 years later, it's something like the Holy Grail for industrial music bohos.