street people

street people

n. people who live in the streets; homeless people. There are a lot of cold street people at this time of the year.
See also: people, street
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All down Wellington Street people could be seen fluttering out the pink sheets and reading, and the Strand was suddenly noisy with the voices of an army of hawkers following these pioneers.
Even in the loose jacket-suit of linen that he wore as a workshop dress in his office he was a fascinating and formidable figure; and when robed in the white vestments and crowned with the golden circlet, in which he daily saluted the sun, he really looked so splendid that the laughter of the street people sometimes died suddenly on their lips.
On a related issue, 65 percent of the departments reported that they were regularly informed concerning the availability of shelters for street people, while fewer than 30 percent of the shelters informed officers concerning capacity.
Hobos to Street People: Artists' Responses to Homelessness from the New Deal to the Present compares artistic interpretations of homelessness from the Dust Bowl migrants of the 1930s to the stigmatized street people of today--with a focus on California.
Edmonton's Downtown Business Association knows moving panhandlers along may free up the business zone but it doesn't get street people the help they need.
The other refracts light differently, showing the perspective of the street people, a dismayingly large percentage of them young, who contribute to the public safety problems and who often become victims themselves of the drugs, violence and other criminal behaviors that have become endemic in Eugene's city center.
He said: "What I'm trying to say here is that if we ban those drugs we are going to lose control of these drugs to the street people.
Near a McDonald's, he noticed a group of street people kneeling around a shopping cart.
In the street people, unaware, carried on as though nothing had happened.
Nicola Tran, who works at Plutus bonded warehouse, said: "We were still all sitting in the dark two hours later and all down the street people were out of their buildings.
When I walk down the street people see me as that Olympic gold medallist but they also think I quit against Williams.
STREET People going about their business in Vyse Street circa 1910.
In Tinseltown even the street people are apparently passionate shoe heads.
At the north end is Pacific Beach, which is party central for the college crowd and in places looks like a Sunday morning hangover, with scruffy homes and businesses and a preponderance of street people.
Mayne's main characters, comprised of some of Florida's street people, are well-researched.