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- We carry on to the old Jewish quarter (Josefov) and continue around to the E through the former Jewish ghetto, skirting the Old Town Square.
- As he thought this he felt in his heart a voiceless nameless twinge, like a tiny spark, which he chose to identify as a signal, which very rarely came through, from his ancestors who had lived in the Jewish ghetto in Warsaw.
- Right from the early 1960s the attitude of local authorities and housing departments has been that "ghettos" must be avoided at all costs, and even a handful of Asian families can make an area into a ghetto.
- Angleside is the black ghetto of Rummidge, where youth unemployment is eighty per cent and rioting endemic.
- Urban life's now seen as a threat to our vulnerable individuality: the jungle of the ghetto, the "urban hell" that rap music talks about, becomes a paradigm for all of us.
- There is a lot to pity them for - the stories touch on ghetto hardships, on murders and deportations.
- The High Synagogue now houses a textile museum and you may buy tickets here for all the museums in the ghetto.
- A day-trip from Phuket had only whetted our appetite and we had left that tourist ghetto by local bus and moved into a hot and grubby Chinese hotel in Phang Nga town.
- By the 1950s, The Ridges was the criminal ghetto of Newcastle, and by the 1970s a costly council manicure job had turned it into a free-fire zone.
- Already, he has had some effect in cooling cultural animosities, in "bringing the ghetto to the suburb and the suburb to the ghetto".
- Like Donald White, Hall is a child of the ghetto: the son of a Cleveland preacher, the late Reverend Fred Hall, and his wife Annie.
- Changes to the tax and benefit structure, and expanded economic opportunity in the ghetto, may reduce the number of children born outside marriage.
- The worst one I remember was a woman whose company had a small place in the rag trade ghetto round the back of Oxford Circus.