Eliza returns with a pair of large down-at-heel
Wherever he went, this foredoomed Tip appeared to take the prison walls with him, and to set them up in such trade or calling; and to prowl about within their narrow limits in the old slip-shod, purposeless, down-at-heel
way; until the real immovable Marshalsea walls asserted their fascination over him, and brought him back.
city; a bigger city; a small, down-at-heels
country; then one of
Talking the staff at a recent event, there is a real down-at-heels
feeling among them as their own futures are now insecure and clearly some are now looking elsewhere.
Fleming plays a humorous and empathetic down-at-heels
compere who bolsters the dancer as she re-enacts three phases of life and finally, wearing a shroudlike garment, presages her own death.
Some blocks are down-at-heels
, and a few of the historic buildings have been modernized.