panhandler


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one who begs habitually or for a living

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a beggar who approaches strangers asking for money

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It's very sad for us to see such an iconic person, such an iconic store, going away," said Lori Brodak, director of sales at Victorinox Swiss Army, which for the past 30 years has worked with Broadway Panhandler, which got its start as a restaurant supply business.
Perhaps as a result of that, reasonably generous soup kitchens, plentiful supplies of aluminum cans that can traded for cash in New York, and access to bars and liquor stores, Hoboken has a large contingent of panhandlers.
All three organizations hope to gather statistics on the success of the project so it can be shared as a template for other cities looking for ways to deal with panhandlers.
The campaign comes three years after the city passed an anti-panhandling measure and an August incident in which a man was shot to death after arguing with a panhandler, according to the Journal-Constitution.
The city is considering a proposal that would require local panhandlers to obtain government licenses and identification cards before they can beg in public.
Larkin's promising career at the NFB (he was mentored by none other than Norman McLaren) faltered and ended after bouts of cocaine addiction and alcoholism; he ended up as a panhandler on the streets of Montreal.
For those fortunate enough to live where an encounter with a panhandler would be grist for coffee-and barber-shop discussions for weeks, you might think there's no real need to know much about the subject.
And if that panhandler on the corner wants mercy from us, a haircut and a willingness to work would go far to make the case.
We're very happy it's back in San Francisco," said Elyse Adams, head buyer at Broadway Panhandler, a gourmet cookware and tabletop shop in New York.
Better a panhandler than the Hare Krishna costumed like Bozo the clown, who is lounder than any panhandler and much more obnoxious, or that beautiful black nun, doomed to spend her rapidly fading youth silently holding her bowl near the Times Square token booth.
He affirmed the Ministry's resolve to combat the phenomenon of panhandling near mosques and at shopping malls, saying that any panhandler will face interrogation and extradition.
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There is one panhandler I often see on my way to work.
I'll tell you, in my life, I never once have seen an Hispanic panhandler, because in our community it would be viewed as shameful to be out on the street begging.
With 29 stores in all, University Walk features restaurant, apparel and service tenants ranging from Aerosoles, 20/20 Optical and Broadway Panhandler to Chipotle, Cosi and Knickerbocker's Restaurant.
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