mudlark

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mudlark

(ˈmʌdˌlɑːk)
n
1. slang rare a street urchin
2. (formerly) one who made a living by picking up odds and ends in the mud of tidal rivers
3. (Horse Racing) slang Austral a racehorse that runs well on a wet or muddy course
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mudlark

[ˈmʌdlɑːk] Ngalopín m
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This wouldn't be the first time that someone has dug up fascinating objects or remnants as mudlarkers have been scavenging the river for hundreds of years. 
Most were sub-standard slums and the residents were described in one archive as "idle, vagabonds, bone collectors and mudlarkers".