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Nozems were young people who dressed in jeans and leather jackets, listened to rock 'n' roll, and gathered near snack bars on their mopeds. Their hairstyle was characterised by a styled, greased quiff.
The term "nozem" is believed to have been coined in 1955 by the Dutch journalist Jan Vrijman.
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