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ratpack

(ˈrætˌpæk)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) derogatory slang those members of the press who give wide, often intrusive, coverage of the private lives of celebrities: the royal ratpack.
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ratpack

[ˈrætˌpæk] n (Brit) (fam) → stampa scandalistica
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The Geordie Ratpack came about after I invited Neil Grainger to perform at one of my gigs at Sage Gateshead.
Peter brings his fresh take on smooth swing to the Echo Arena on March 8, which will include some RatPack standards such as his new album title track Come Fly With Me, Mac The Knife and Ain't That A Kick In The Head.
Saturday night's concert cancellation also means that the free Ratpack swing music tribute will not take place.
Other acts featuring are Ratpack, Seduction, DJ SS, Alpha plus many more.
Soon after, led by the joyous custom-made-bicycle Ratpack, and hordes following the music around the edge of the lake, was the Hall Marching Band--all in red, they gave spirited brass, wind and percussion repertoire.
July 27: Dale LePage and the Manhattans - Hear the greatest hits of the Ratpack generation, from Sinatra to Elvis.
ROBBIE WILLIAMS Robbie's best forgotten Crooning Ratpack era makes an illadvised return.
He was being hounded by a ratpack of journos to whom, face twisted in pain, he could only offer "No Comment".
Should she be answerable to us, the people of Wales, or a ratpack rabble of political minions which includes the MPs for Worcester, Pudsey and Redditch among its dozen-strong membership?
Guests were treated to tunes from jazz band The Quartones who treated prospective homeowners to a selection of the ratpack classics.
Baie van ons het ouer broers of nefies gehad wat trots vir jou 'n ratpack van die army gebring het, vir 'n agtjarige seuntjie was so 'n gebaar, 'n heldedaad in die kleine.