streety

streety

(ˈstriːtɪ)
adj, streetier or streetiest
of or relating to streets
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His son began to supersede Mrs Bangham, and to execute commissions in a knowing manner, and to be of the prison prisonous, of the streets streety.
(Gene) Streety, both appointed to the Board of Directors in August 2018, Board Chair Pete O'Heeron, Director/CEO Brett Gross, and Director/Scientific Advisor James A.
Two thumbs up for Streety, an eclectic watch inspired by urban art.
* The home security system Vivent previewed its Streety that lets neighbors upload recordings from their security cameras to share with other approved users (they must live within a 300-yard radius).
FB&T hired a familiar name to tackle the big city market: Mack Streety, formerly of Jonesboro's Liberty Bank of Arkansas and then of its acquirer, Centennial Bank of Conway.
Streety urchin cuts will benefit from definition with products like wax, fudge and sea salt spray, which will make the most of the cut.
They are funky and streety. I love them!" added Mercedes Gonzalez de Garay, 32, from Adliya.
I just did what I was told" - Mr Murdoch on why he used the back door to meet David Cameron in Downing Streety. "I had been asked by Mr Brown many times" - Mr Murdoch explaining that it was not the first time.
June 17: Faith Hope Consolo, chairman of Prudential Douglas Elliman's Retail Group will participate in Golden Networking's Real Estate Leaders Forum 2010, "Successfully Investing in Distressed Real Estate Assets" at the Flatotel, 135 West 52nd Streety. The panel, entitled "Finding The Best Opportunities in a Crowded Marketplace," runs from 2:30 to 3:15 p.m.
Is the stock of Conceptualism's derivatives at its lowest point, at least in terms of meaning-based value, if not in monetary terms, for as we know anything, however critical, ephemeral, 'streety' or self-immolating, can fetch a price, if a signature, can be at least retro-attached.