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  • The busker's struggle extends beyond the everyday necessities to life-or-death events that overshadow his performances.

    Doom and Gloom, and the Cult

  • We're only a couple of Guinness-worth from Story #4 being brought into the fray, so if you want more and haven't got round to chucking some dosh in the busker's hat, well, it wouldn't take a whole lot more to reach the secondary target for "How a Scruffian Starts Their Story".

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  • I put some money in a busker's trumpet case the other day and he said: 'Thanks, Rog!'

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • There's also the sound of the busker's songs as they metamorphose from street songs into something more refined.

    GreenCine Daily: ND/NF Dispatch. 1.

  • In Once, the busker's plan is to leave his immigrant friend to make a career for himself in London - another Irish immigrant in search of a new life.

    GreenCine Daily: ND/NF Dispatch. 1.

  • The strings were a network of silver-fire, and blue afterimages danced along the pattern of the busker's darting fingers.

    Spirits White As Lightning

  • She partially approved of it, obviously, because she felt the same way about those women who were abusing the busker's licenses as Rune felt about amateur musicians who thought they could set up with an instrument they hardly knew how to play and a repertoire of half a dozen songs and call themselves professionals.

    The Lark And The Wren

  • The Boss borrowed a busker's acoustic guitar and treated passersby to a few tunes. Top Stories

  • While the 36-year-old entertainer prefers to do corporate work these days, he acknowledges Victoria's Inner Harbour Causeway as a busker's paradise.

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  • A local music store replaced the busker's damaged instrument.

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