bratpack

bratpack

(ˈbrætˌpæk)
n
1. (Art Movements) a group of precocious and successful young actors, writers, etc
2. a group of ill-mannered young people
ˈbratˌpacker n
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The e-commerce giant has launched a series of multibrand concept stores in partnership with Beauty Bar, R.O.X., Bratpack, Grind, Res Toe Run and The Travel Club to house over 100 prime brands in integrated lifestyle stores.
Also available at The Travel Club and Bratpack stores.
Available at Urbanize, Elecom, Bratpack and, Rustan's department stores, it now comes in over 100 various original designs, including licensed ones such as Harry Potter and Marvel.
Bobby Robson talks to Kieron Dyer in the dug-out during the 2004 season and, inset below right, two more of the 'bratpack' Lee Bowyer and Craig
With the partnership, customers get another payment option, which is the use of GCash credits to purchase items in its stores that include Recreational Outdoor eXchange (ROX), The Travel Club and Bratpack.
And the deliberate nods to John Hughes' bratpack films of the 1980s, and strong roles for grown-ups Patricia Clarkson, Lisa Kudrow and Thomas Haden Church, mean it's definitely not just for kids.
Even Michael Vaughan came from nowhere a little bit as captain and Nasser Hussain was always looked upon as of one of the bratpack when he was playing and maybe not captaincy material.
The black comedy, made in1989, starred "Bratpack" heart throb Andrew McCarthy as a yuppie invited to his boss's beach party who finds him murdered by vengeful mobsters.
The closing sequence, in typical Bal fashion, saw the designer break into a jig with his bratpack of models wherein the dandy men marched in just their bare essentials.
Sky Movies Comedy, 6.25pm TRANSPORT yourself back to the Eighties when bratpack films like this were churned out at a rate of knots keeping teenage girls everywhere happy.
Look at how petty, vain, and self-indulgent the gods in Homer are--worse than a Hollywood bratpack.