Royal Liverpool's Tom Boys found himself up against another Walker Cup player in Stiggy Hodgson and was on the end of a 4&3 defeat.
What does TB stand for?
TB stands for Tom Boy
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- Tight Binding
- Tim Burton (actor)
- Time Bandits (movie)
- Time Base
- Tina Barrett (musician)
- Tip Ball
- Title Block (AutoCAD)
- Toggle Buffer
- Token Bucket (algorithm)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Taking best from the horse and pony classes - with 70 Welsh breeders exhibiting - was the nine-year-old chestnut roan cob stallion, Horeb Tom Boy, owned and bred by Richard Rees.
She's a tom boy but she dances, plays football with the boys and struts her stuff on the catwalks of Milan thanks to her pushy Australian mother but at the end of the day she follows her heart and that's what I hope to inspire in all of you.
MORE than 50,000 people will attend over three days of the festival Nearly pounds 500,000 in race prize money is available The John Smith's Northumberland Plate, also known as the Pitmen's Derby, is the richest two-mile handicap in the northern hemisphere The Town Moor hosted the first recorded Northumberland plate, won by Tom Boy in 1833 More than 1,800 catering staff will help serve the crowds CAPTION(S): Victory: One of the wining riders celebrates at the Nortumberland Plate Day Meeting last year
Halle emphasises her perfect features with a tom boy crop.
Just because she has Tom Boy looks and hasn't got a regular squeeze, the world thinks she automatically must be a lesbian.
Brazil nevertheless built up a devoted readership throughout the English- speaking world with best-sellers including Five Jolly Schoolgirls, Fourth Form Friendship and A Terrible Tom Boy.