street walker


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street walker

A popular term for a prostitute who walks the streets to solicit sexual favours for money.
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Then we must insist, through our MPs, that street walkers are taken off their beats, cleaned up, and weaned off their drugs.
St-walkers - pronounced street walkers - are elasticated suspenders that attach around the heel of the shoe and around the wearer's ankle, making the shoe more secure.
Mustafa Al Louzi said that this initiative came in line with Amman Mayor Omar Al-Maani directions so that outdoor vendors could have an opportunity before Eid to orderly sell away from any mess affecting shop owners, traffic, street walkers, and exploiting sidewalks illegally.
This newspaper condones neither organ sellers nor street walkers.
And the mix of entertainment on show includes contortion and dance, giant street walkers, magicians and even a digital funf air.
Katherina Hall, 7, from Hodge Hill, meets giants Simon Henson (left) and Tim James from The Street Walkers at the Lord Mayor's Book Bash.
Word got round about warped Wright, who had a fierce temper, and even some of the desperate street walkers refused to take his money.
She also launched the walking arm of the group, the Bow Street Walkers before helping to found the THSG charity 1989.
It's the same with anti-social behaviour orders which have been used with great effect against some street walkers in the city.
Fosse'' honors that spirit by sequing straight from the droll cynicism of ``Big Spender'' - laconically performed here by 10 female dancers posing as robotic street walkers - to the poetic hopefulness of ``Crunchy Granola Suite,'' from a previous Fosse tribute, the 1978 ``Dancin'.
A boy from the provinces turned Roman journalist and cartoonist, then director, Federico Fellini drew from those traditions and of the "rivista" -- Italian Vaudeville -- to transcend all genres in creating his own, dazzlingly orchestrating show troupes, cheerful street walkers, provincial layabouts, religious symbolism and scabrous male-female conflicts to impose his own dreams and fantasies on the most realistic of media.
It's sad to remember that this famous street was once the centre of Liverpool's night-life, where revellers 'out on the town' would rub shoulders with street walkers, good-time girls and the punters they attracted.