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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We must insist that street walkers are taken off their beats and weaned off their drugs
For more details on the Bow Street Walkers, call 01642 491655.
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'.
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.
He was snared during the hunt for the killer of tragic vice girl Emma Caldwell when detectives questioned Glasgow's street walkers.
The mix of entertainment includes acrobatics, contortion and dance to giant street walkers, magicians and even a digital funfair.
03), your correspondent Mrs Cranby is entitled to her opinion on the matter of street walkers, as I am.
Officers at Ladywood have carried out regular raids and undercover operations to reduce the number of street walkers to just a handful.
HIGH KICKERS: Street walkers Mervyn Vaughan (left), Paul Watts, Mark Moore and Lynne Grahams
99, from branches of Etam, chiffon wrap, pounds 30, from selected House of Fraser stores, shoes, pounds 70, from Street Walkers (enquiries, phone 0171 251 4444), stockings, pounds 3.
A new fund to fight kerb crawlers and street walkers who have swept into parts of Birmingham will be launched by the Home Office today.