We're going to stand together, we won't let the bosses split us apart.
We should call them "bosses," but the Romans called them "triumvirs."
“I like to see men loyal to their bosses,” he said good-naturedly.
Will not political manipulators and bosses betray their trusts?
Bosses should not make passes At gals who work as lower classes.
Then, too, the bosses and the boys don't like him—to put it mildly.
But there can't be two bosses on any one job, to say nothing of three or seventeen.
He examined the coronet again, remembering that there was something about its bosses, too.
Tyrants were bosses, produced by democracy in towns, but hated by democrats.
It is thus a party of the people, by the people and for the people, which bosses cannot corrupt or betray.