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The high school students like to loiter in the Central Square
- Young men with crew cuts still loiter in bars, fondling Filipina and Russian women, or paying for lap dances.
- On the north side of the street is the "Beefcake Zone" where male hustlers loiter outside the homosexual theaters.
- He is met by Scots Canniness: the wandering eye, the mislaid wallet, the pensive loiter, the unprevented calamity.
News & Articles
- ACLU files lawsuit over Flagstaff panhandling arrests
The attempt by Flagstaff police to get transient alcoholics off the streets early in the day by arresting them on panhandling or loitering charges has run into a legal challenge.
June 26, 2013 - Arizona Daily Sun
- ACLU sues Flagstaff over arrests of street alcoholics
The attempt by Flagstaff police to get street alcoholics off the streets early in the day while they are still sober by arresting them on panhandling or loitering charges has run into a legal challenge.
June 25, 2013 - Arizona Daily Sun
- Robert Gates in CNN
Unmanned systems cost much less and offer greater loiter times than their manned counterparts, making them ideal for many of today's tasks,Gates told Air War College graduates last month.
- Robert Pape in Kansas City Star
The upside of a bigger bomb is : you might get by with one attack rather than two,Pape said. "Then you don't have to loiter over the target."
- Bruce Golding in Jamaica Gleaner
A clear signal must be sent that this is not a place to loiter,Golding said.