street-smart


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street-smart

(strēt′smärt′)
adj.
Having or displaying street smarts.
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October Jones is an adventurous, street-smart, and scrappy boy whose curiosity often leads to trouble, but ends up being his saving grace.
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This is a hard-boiled and knowingly old-fashioned crime drama that revels its street-smart banter its street-smart banter and underlying sense of menace.
Alex decides to hire his street-smart cousin, Eddie.
Bazaar will see Khan play a street-smart businessman called Nawaab and is directed by debuting director, Gauravv K Chawla.
Channelling his inner James Bond, Ali Zafar is pure muscle and all kinds of street-smart as he essays the title role of Teefa.
Aida, a struggling actress, her elderly neighbour Samiha, and street-smart kid Yassin form a bond while seeking shelter.
Collaborating with a street-smart client-turned-aide, a female private detective, and her mentor, she accepts cases that frequently pit her against her former colleagues!
He grows up to become a street-smart man with his gang that protects the women from abuse.
LQD WiFi provides Palo unified technology hubs, which are street-smart kiosks, providing essential information like local community information, wayfinding, public safety announcements, transit updates, and upcoming events to citizens on the street.
The investigation into her murder is to be overseen by new regular DCI Daniel Drummond, who also brings in uncompromising DS Alisha Brooks and the street-smart trainee DC Gary Roscoe to help.
KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE 15, 130mins A breezily violent spin on the gentleman spy genre, with Colin Firth in top form as a dapper spy who looks to recruit a street-smart unknown (newcomer Taron Egerton) into freelance British espionage operation the Kingsmen.