She was dark and thin with that charming ugliness which is peculiar to the gamins of Paris.
One knows that; but the wretchedest of its "gamins" knows that it is something else also.
One of the immense fountains afforded the gamins a place of shelter.
The Colonel lifted his hat, and rode back to see what the gamins were about.
"That is one of the stock tricks of these gamins," she explained.
When he returned to the office the gamins were gone and Aronson was there alone.
He could have pummeled the irreverent knot of gamins who mimicked it grotesquely.
In the brotherhood of gamins Voltaire is not known, but Papavoine is.
The elements which constitute the consideration of the gamins for each other are very various.
In the brotherhood of gamins, a memorable accident counts for a great deal.