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In short, how does a tramp sketch, done by a tramp to the life, strike you?
From the tramp standpoint, the constabulary of the township was particularly rotten, and I proceeded to open the eyes of the good people.
Naturally, myself a tramp, the tenor of the article was a protest against the maltreatment of the tramp.
The Hobo, my dear fellow, is the name for that particular place of detention in city and county jails wherein are assembled tramps, drunks, beggars, and the riff-raff of petty offenders.
Now Gunda was cold as her Norway hills, though in her least frigid moods she was capable of permitting especially nice-looking tramps to sit on the back stoop and devour lone crusts and forlorn and forsaken chops.
The suitors all came up laughing, and gathered round the two ragged tramps.
They were not niggardly, these tramps, and he who had money did not hesitate to share it among the rest.
Jenner would be able to explain this to Tramp in a way he would understand, relating to him as a fellow entertainment executive.
The Oretronic IV tramp metal detector, which is available in two versions with two levels of sensitivity, includes a microprocessor-based control unit, a receiver coil, a transmitter coil and a support frame.
He went on to say US president Tramp had threatened Pakistan in narrative of his new Pak-Afghan policy.
Alan "Cookie" McNamara, a 51-year-old from Mountfune, Murroe, Co Limerick, had pleaded not guilty to the murder of Andrew '"AOD" O'Donoghue at the gates of the Road Tramps motorcycle club on June 20, 2015.
This color art book celebrates tramp art, a type of folk art made from wooden fruit crates and cigar boxes carved with notches and layered to make frames, crosses, and other items.