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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhipsterhip‧ster /ˈhɪpstə $ -ər/ noun  1 [countable] informal someone who is considered fashionable Legendary hipsters Stomp bring street theater to Boston this week.2 hipsters
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hipsterWithin a year or two, the persona of the disaffected hipster would prove too cynical, too alienated to last.In the pre-punk 1970s, before working-class chic peaked, hipsters at art school would have out-posed middle-class Ruby.Always barefoot and with real hipster trousers which showed the cheeks of his bum.But here, high-tech hipsters are regarded as, well, gauche.Even the hipsters - a purple and blue check, with a wide black plastic belt - had been preserved.So what is the management serving the young hipsters who crowd this bar even on a weeknight?
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