street smart

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Adj.1.street smart - having the shrewd resourcefulness needed to survive in an urban environmentstreet smart - having the shrewd resourcefulness needed to survive in an urban environment
smart - showing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness
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This universal application is an extension of the current NC4 Street Smart operating platform now accessible from mobile devices, laptops and tablets as well as large-scale displays including Microsoft's new Surface Hub.
Tenders are invited for Design Professional Services for Rohnert Park Street Smart and Road Rehabilitation Projects.
Oman Road Safety Association (ORSA), in partnership with Oman Oil Company (OOC) and Bank Sohar recently held a number of Be Street Smart activities in Muscat targeting over 200 people.
the leading independent provider of enterprise software support for SAP AG's (NYSE: SAP) said that Rimini Street Technology Support Services has delivered the Rimini Street Smart Proxy Server (RSI SPS).
Secondly, it's the only book that distills what true success demands into 7 easy to understand street smart and executable disciplines.
Street Smart Psychic's Guide to Getting a Good Reading
ROAD safety character Hector has been helping pupils from John Gulson Primary School get street smart.
Joe Mathews (former manager of national chains such as Subway and Blimpie), Don DeBolt (former president of the International Franchise Association), and franchise developer Deb Percival apply their combined experience in Street Smart Franchising, a no-holds-barred insider's guide when, where, why, and how to franchise.
D'Agosta is the street smart, tough-as-nails sidekick, with a history of being something of a rule bender.
In Street Smart Firefighting: The Common Sense Guide To Firefighter Safety And Survival, firefighting expert Robert C.
Other messages on becoming street smart include car safety, trusting instincts and personal alarms, and paying attention to behaviors and body languages.