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She’s also the world’s most impeccably purposeful walking contradiction, having developed her iconic look after being inspired by the town tramp.Anne Lamott’s Advice Could Stop You From Drowning in Cynicism|Susanna Schrobsdorff|September 23, 2021|Time
Where once he satirized the meretricious appeal of Hollywood, movie stars and reality TV, here he’s hunkered down with homeless workers, railway tramps and union organizers.
“We went on to Tramp…He was the most hideous dancer I had ever seen,” she tells the Mail.
Lester is a strange little man alone in a cabin, not far from The Tramp locked in his cabin in The Gold Rush.
As for the Little Tramp himself, his corpse was reburied in a concrete grave to prevent future snatching.Invasion of the Celebrity Body Snatchers, From Charlie Chaplin to Casey Kasem|Melissa Leon|July 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Still, if you want to know what it felt like to be at the center of a musical revolution, read I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp.Richard Hell Was the First Person to Shoot Up Heroin in Front of Me|Legs McNeil|March 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The only evidence of Nino the clown—the red rubber nose and its Little Tramp mustache—lies on a nearby table.
The 'Tramp' contains better usage without doubt, but it lacks the "color" which gives the Innocents its perennial charm.
A Tramp Abroad' is a rare book, but it cannot rank with its great predecessor in human charm.
The Tramp contains better English usage, without doubt, but it is less full of happiness and bloom and the halo of romance.
There have been many and varying opinions since then as to the literary merits of 'A Tramp Abroad'.
A Tramp Abroad' is the work of a man who was traveling and observing for the purpose of writing a book, and for no other reason.