The trial heard McNamara, a member of the Caballeros motorcycle club, was assaulted at a pub in Doon in Limerick by members of the Road Tramps
the day before the shooting.
No Idle Hands: The Myths & Meanings of Tramp
For example, the Tramps
use the polite lyric: "I am concerned" in place of something like, say, "Damn right I got the blues
Well, Gypsys, Tramps
and Thives just isn't the same, is it?
Ramsay of Woolf's To the Lighthouse, for example--to real tramps
(hoboes) and Gypsies.
Steven and Tanya Tramp
were granted three variances by the Chelan County Port District at its Jan.
Of course, Violet and Jimmy were not believed, but Charlie had seen King Gardyloo, Mugwort, the minstrels and soldiers, and on the following Saturday, he was walking down Woolton Road when he noticed seven tramps
standing by the lodge house of Bishop Eton Church.
IT will almost be a home coming for hot new band The Motorettes when they play Glasgow's best indie night Tramps
Jacob Riis's disdain for his fellow tramps
stemmed in part from his dislike of the 'Irishmen' with whom he was forced to share the road.
also surfaced in popular culture, with actors first playing hobos in theatre, much with the same spirit and effect as in minstrel shows, then in movies as with Charlie Chaplin's Little Tramp
1) For the hoboes, tramps
, and bums who wandered across North America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, not much had changed.
The tale of two tramps
waiting for the arrival of the mysterious Godot can be played for all-out comedy, treated as an exercise in linguistics or produced with cool reverence.
The Merry Tramps
bridged the first American wave of recreational camping that occurred during the 1870s and the philosophic movement that John Muir (1838-1914) energized toward environmentalism.
This is a re-reading of Mark Twain's neglected travel book, A Tramp
Abroad (1880) which explores the title pun, paying particular attention to Twain's highly ambivalent attitude to tramps
as represented back home in America.
Where social reformers felt that working outside the home demeaned women, and that men who left their families were unproductive 'tramps
', people in poor communities understood that work outside the home might be the only alternative for a woman with a sick or low-waged husband, and that so-called tramps
might be unemployed men who had left family and community in search of work.