Marquez had worked in the business as a roustabout - ‘a flunky,’ he says - since he was a teenager paying his way through the Harvard of geosciences, the Colorado School of Mines.
The race quickly becomes a contest between Borghese's Italia and the Spyker, driven by a Dutch circus roustabout .
‘He was a roustabout with a traveling carnival,’ my grandmother had told me just before she had died.
He had a rich and varied career, as fairground boxer, circus roustabout , cartoonist, poster designer, trades-union journal editor, television presenter, and towards the end of his life, psychotherapist.
You never know whether you're talking to a roustabout or someone with a PhD in physical science.
To pay the bills, the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture graduate took a job as a North Sea roustabout , the labourer of the oil industry.
In the days before her wedding, after college graduation, she finds herself being drawn into the classic ‘torrid affair’ with a roustabout at a carnival.
During the interior secretary's tenure in the 1980s, he jumped to more lucrative work as a pumper, roughneck, and roustabout on Wyoming's oil wells.
He was a roustabout , he herded sheep, he was a streetcar motorman.
Every one of the musicians in the orchestra have spent uncounted numbers of hours to become the fine, cohesive, interpretive group they are and you treat them like three-ring roustabouts .