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“We stood next to a covered bus bench, where a grubby-looking wino in a gray trench coat was sleeping.”
“All they saw was a grubby-looking man holding a gun in his hand.”
““You will sit next to me until the morning,” Farik says, pointing to a grubby-looking chair in the corner off the hallway.”
“Here's some fuddled old bezzer - bit like the man on the left above - in a grubby-looking mac muttering and pretending that the recent floods are somehow related to global warming.”
“And, as such, it'll reveal the new face of Club Paris just as soon as it can find a suitably grubby-looking chainsmoking woman with hairy armpits who smells a bit like dog poo.”
“For example, Tadpole arrives home from her weekend away with Mamie and Papy on Monday evening, and the first thing to cross the threshold of my apartment is a proudly brandished hand bearing a rather ragged, grubby-looking pink plaster.”
“One year, a grubby-looking guy was out there on a 6-foot-square piece of plywood, drinking Olde English 500 and smoking cigarettes.”
“What will you have?" inquired a young woman, tilting her hips in order to support her grubby-looking baby.”
“Ten minutes afterwards, a grubby-looking man in a slouch hat ambled up the asphalt path to the narrow door against which John was leaning.”
“A stream of secretaries came up the Hall, two carrying chairs, and with them two grubby-looking old men.”
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