• a skillful beggar
  • 寄付集めのうまい人,もらいじょうず
  • Beggars can't be choosers.
  • ((諺))物もらいにえり好みは禁物
  • die a beggar
  • のたれ死にする
  • Poor beggar!
  • かわいそうに
  • Another precursor to the modern street newspaper was Cincinnati's Hobo News, which ran from 1915 to 1930 and featured writing from prominent labor and social activists as well as Industrial Workers of the World members, alongside contributions of oral history, creative writing, and artwork from hoboes, or itinerant beggars.
  • Wikipedia: Street newspaper
  • He disguised himself as a beggar and returned to the city.
  • Wikipedia: Jack Sheppard
  • He finishes by describing her death as a beggar in Pavia.
  • Wikipedia: Asser
  • In the Middle Ages, English monarchs washed the feet of beggars in imitation of Jesus, and presented gifts and money to the poor.
  • Wikipedia: Royal Maundy
  • It is possible that the birth of a genuinely deformed child led to the story of the beggar as a possible explanation for her appearance, with other elements of the story being later additions or distortions by publishers.
  • Wikipedia: Pig-faced women
  • Mercier points out parallels between Synge's casts of tramps, beggars and peasants and many of the figures in Beckett's novels and dramatic works.
  • Wikipedia: John Millington Synge
  • She is commonly described as a spinster, and considered to be a hypocrite, ostentatiously attending church and carrying a fashionable ermine muff while displaying no charity to her freezing footboy or the half-seen beggar before her.
  • Wikipedia: Four Times of the Day
  • Soon after, Candide finds his master Pangloss, now a beggar with syphilis.
  • Wikipedia: Candide
  • The café society, with its wit and gossip, appealed to her, but she was repelled by the peasantry and the aggressive, often mutilated, beggars.
  • Wikipedia: Olivia Manning
  • The novel begins on the Cathedral Porch, where beggars spend their nights.
  • Wikipedia: El Señor Presidente