These terms often signified that the offender was a prostitute [Paul Griffiths, "Meanings of Nightwalking
in Early Modern England," Seventeenth Century, 13.
I'm told that this nightwalking
in the desert is foolishness, and that I will get lost, not find the trail again, go deep in the wrong direction.
61) As aforementioned, courts continued to view the most serious juvenile sex offenses as arising from girls' associations with Houses of Ill Repute or nightwalking
He described walking, strolling, loafing, wandering, nightwalking
, and the like as "historically part of the amenities of life as we have known them.
Artefacts will be posted on the web daily and presented at Queen Elizabeth Hall in London on September 29, as part of the Nightwalking
Festival, and at Chapter, Cardiff, in October.
By the end of summer, I represent her on over a dozen complaints: shoplifting, possessing and selling heroin and cocaine, common nightwalking
, pickpocketing her johns, and violating her probation, as well as the social services case against her for being an unfit mother.
snow creaks as if the press of nightwalking