It's sad to remember that this famous street was once the centre of Liverpool's night-life, where revellers 'out on the town' would rub shoulders with street walkers, good-time girls and the punters they attracted.
What does SW stand for?
SW stands for Street Walker
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Samples in periodicals archive:
GRAHAM, Bob Miracle on Separation Street Walker, 2010 90pp $12.
And the mix of entertainment on show includes contortion and dance, giant street walkers, magicians and even a digital funf air.
Wherever she has found her niche in the vice trade, whether she's a so-called "high class" escort girl, massage parlour worker or scruffy street walker, her thoughts are unequivocal: men, she will say, are cheating, near perverts and bullies.
A new fund to fight kerb crawlers and street walkers who have swept into parts of Birmingham will be launched by the Home Office today.
George turned out to be a political prostitute of the lowest rank, a tarnished street walker with an uncanny talent for selling his soul to the highest bidder in the grand old tradition of smoke-filled rooms and clubhouse deals.
FLOATING BY: The Asda float (left) and Bermuda Bowls Club (above) HIGH KICKERS: Street walkers Mervyn Vaughan (left), Paul Watts, Mark Moore and Lynne Grahams MINDERS: Carnival revellers from King Edward College.
``Fosse'' honors that spirit by sequing straight from the droll cynicism of ``Big Spender'' - laconically performed here by 10 female dancers posing as robotic street walkers - to the poetic hopefulness of ``Crunchy Granola Suite,'' from a previous Fosse tribute, the 1978 ``Dancin'.