Definition of 'boot camp'
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And after they performed as a pair, they sealed their place at boot camp. The Sun (2016)Then, not long after he set up his first boot camp, he had an epiphany. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Boot camp and hard labour for a year. The Sun (2008)The boot camp left me dulled and lifeless. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Now a younger generation of gym bunnies has put the boot camp back into ballet. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Especially as bosses have extended this year's boot camp training to include more dance routines. The Sun (2011)Going to boot camp and near starvation isn't a realistic way to lose and maintain. The Sun (2012)We've got to be a boot camp equipping people to go into the world and make disciples. Christianity Today (2000)There are also boot camps). Times, Sunday Times (2014)I love yoga, boot camp and circuit training. The Sun (2013)Then I commanded in boot camp for my reserve duty. The Tribes Triumphant (2006)I went on a boot camp, a yoga retreat and countless nature walks. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Then through that phase, through boot camp, and then you go away with them. Times, Sunday Times (2011)For me it was always room, arena, boot camp. The Sun (2016)We had two weeks of boot camp where they bonded with us as we did drill, studied battle plans together and all that sort of stuff. The Sun (2012)This way, people won't have to wait long to see which acts have made it to boot camp. The Sun (2013)There could also be new academy schools to help young people to escape from gangs, and boot camps to help improve discipline and deal with drug problems. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I liked this decadent aspect to what is, essentially, a boot camp. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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