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  • n  a regular patron
    an habitue of the racetrack

  • Lim Yew Hock turned out to have been a habitue of Sydney's tenderloin King's Cross district, particularly its Paradise Club, which featured Sandra Nelson, 19, the most expansive .
  • Joseph Ferdinand ("Professor Sea Gull," "The Mongoose") Gould, 68, self-styled "Last of the Bohemians," colorful, scraggy-bearded habitue of Greenwich Village bars and Bowery .
  • Of his five sons, most spectacular is the second-eldest, Sigourney Thayer, World War aviator, Paris habitue, theatre tyro, husband of Emily Davies Vanderbilt.
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  • Stevie Cameron in BBC News
    He had quite a reputation. He was a known habitue of the Downtown Eastside. Women were afraid of him,Ms Cameron said. "He was in a 'bad date book' at one of the prostitute's drop-in centres where they kept track of bad dates and warned...

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