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By all accounts, the club began heading toward the seedier end of the spectrum.
Siobhan, meanwhile, is also out on the streets, still reeling after husband Hari's eyes were dramatically opened to her seedier side.
They both live in a London that is much seedier and much more dangerous.
From brief biographies of prominent black gangsters, to their connections to La Cosa Nostra and its assimilation of the numbers racket, to the fascinating (and disturbing) tale of how gangs carried out their business while behind bars, Black Gangsters of Chicago is a thorough exploration of an oft-overlooked aspect of the seedier side of Chicago's past.
There, she wanders broke and alone, running into other outcasts and falling prey to the seedier side of city life.
Now, for those of you who may be thinking that we are going to be exploring exotic cuisine or the seedier side of life, let me reassure you that the programme is firmly fixed on your professional development.
With its Second Life presence, the DAV is taking great care to provide free exchange of information for visitors while limiting potential exposure to some of the Web's seedier elements.
As we go from penthouse to fashion show to nightclub, with some seedier stops as well, it's seems almost a throwback to a type of movie one might have thought wasn't being made anymore.
China's government has banned a movie presenting a bleak view of the life of migrant workers and the seedier side of living in Beijing.
Chouaki deftly handles the ironies and complications of Massy's identity, as well as discussions of Algerian history and politics, by shifting narrative modes among third person, free-indirect discourse, and lyrical prose as he manipulates the distance between the reader and the mind of someone caught up in the seedier side of Algiers's club scene.
She has also heard some critical comments about the reality show's focus on the seedier side of Hawaii.
Saltier than shrimp ramen, seedier than a Jerry Springer marathon, the home life of Trisha Driscoll--the loner heroine of Michelle Tea's excellent coming-of-age novel, Rose of No Man's Land--is so tacky and dispiriting that her older sister, Kristy, is taping it for her Real World application.