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“Jenny Humphrey reinvents herself sophomore year with a Joan Jett haircut, an haute street-urchin style, and makeup that makes her look as though she's been punched in both eyes, and the fashion world suddenly stands up and takes notice.”
“Aladdin is a street-urchin who lives in a large and busy town long ago with his faithful monkey friend Abu.”
“No street-urchin dared carry more than a couple of pennies on his person, and very few of them had a safe place to cache money.”
“He leaned forward and ruffled the ragged fringe of her new street-urchin coiffure.”
“His fingers moved restlessly, like a street-urchin surveying an automobile and longing to blow its horn.”
“While the matter still seemed indefinite, it was set at rest by the advice of an obliging street-urchin, who volunteered his information with appropriate brevity and directness:”
“And represent the old murderer so that people will shed a waterfall of tears for the child, and that every street-urchin will shake his fist at the old fellow.”
“I lunged gayly with my stick at a lamp-post and missed it, whereat a street-urchin grinned, and I winked at him and slipped twopence down his back.”
“As, for instance, when, in the course of an inoffensive promenade, I am addressed by an underbred street-urchin as a "blooming blacky," and cannot induce a policeman to compel my aggressor to furnish me with his name and address or that of his parents, or even to offer the most ordinary apology.”
“That he developed all the alertness and readiness of tongue and fist of the street-urchin there is no doubt.”
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