Instead of that he's got a first-rate practice on the seamy side
, and every blackguard with half a case takes it straight to Bennett Addenbrooke.
Baudoyer, Isidore The Middle Classes Cousin Pons Bianchon, Horace Father Goriot The Atheist's Mass Cesar Birotteau The Commission in Lunacy Lost Illusions A Distinguished Provincial at Paris A Bachelor's Establishment The Secrets of a Princess Pierrette A Study of Woman Scenes from a Courtesan's Life Honorine The Seamy Side
of History The Magic Skin A Second Home A Prince of Bohemia Letters of Two Brides The Muse of the Department The Imaginary Mistress The Middle Classes Cousin Betty The Country Parson In addition, M.
He is full of quickness and penetration, piercing easily below the clumsy platitudes of Thrasymachus to the real difficulty; he turns out to the light the seamy side
of human life, and yet does not lose faith in the just and true.
I have seen a good deal of the seamy side
this last week.
All the seamy side
of things, all the secret reasons and rotten motives and bribery arid blackmail they call politics.
She knew of life's seamy side
as a theory; she could not grasp it as a fact.
CONTRAST Daniel points out the seamy side
of the city beside the statue of the Duke of Wellington.
This book consists of nine stories in which the author brings the reader face to face with the seamy side
of everyday life, where, somewhere in the province, hopelessness and despair of the endless Balkan transition meet one another in the most radical way.
While photographing the Bowery and ManhattanAEs skid row, under the auspices of the DepressionAEs Federal Art Project, an older male supervisor warned her that nice girls donAEt go to the seamy side
Josh's attraction to Trent's sister, Brenda, further complicates what becomes a murder mystery, as well as a tour of the seamy side
of biking culture.
This is the seamy side
of earmarks, and it's the reason they've been a longtime target of good-government groups, whose opposition grew stronger as the number of earmarks in the federal budget exploded.
Patience, now 55, reveals the seamy side
of life as a top model in a tell-all book titled Where Do You Go To My Lovely - a nod to Peter Sarstedt's hit of the same name about a poor girl joining the jet set.
No wonder he was soon sampling the seamy side
of DC nightlife with a couple of unsavory characters pseudonymized here as "Mike" and "John."
His works from the immediate postwar period were described by his eldest son Dennis as 'somber slices from the seamy side
of life,' and by granddaughter Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez, a curator and assistant professor of art studies at the University of the Philippines, as 'proto-social realism.'
Illich touched the same issue in a controversial article in America magazine in 1967, "The Seamy Side
of Charity" But Illich argued that the best solution was for missionaries, particularly priests, to simply leave Latin America, since their well-intentioned "charity" only continued ecclesial dependencies on the United States.