call boy

call boy

n.
1. One who tells performers when it is time for them to go on stage.
2. A bellhop.
3. A male prostitute who arranges appointments by telephone or computer.
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The jurors have heard that during this 999 call Boy Two made a second 999 call, this time to the ambulance service using Yousef's mobile phone.
Walter Ford worked as a call boy at the Theatre Royal, Stockton, from 1903 to1906, for no fixed wage, but relied on the 10 to 15 shillings (50p to 75p) per week in the form of tips he received from the artistes.
Eli Conley has a proposal: "Let's crack up this geode they call boy and girl."
Alan was born in Greenwich and raised in south east London and was a "call boy'' at the Lewisham Hippodrome theatre, leaving school at 14.
Alan was born in Greenwich and raised in south east London and was a "call boy" at the Lewisham Hippodrome theatre, leaving school at 14.
Derby-winning trainers Jack Watts (Call Boy) and George Colling (Nimbus) also died.
The call boy was Robert Sanderson and the showwas directed by the Rev A L Buin.
It's difficult to imagine Magyar soon finding another role as juicy and complex as X, a high-end call boy who's as introspective as he is sexual and as cynical as he is romantic.
John, now 71 and living in Burnley, followed his dad, who died 15 years ago aged 92, into the trade stepping in as part-time call boy at the age of 12.
There is no denying the smooth qualities of the impossibly good-looking Alexi Kaye Campbell, who plays the veteran call boy.
IT was the year Cardiff City won the FA Cup and the first Derby to be broadcast live on radio was won by a horse named Call Boy.