ghetto

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Entered politics as the son of Pharaoh's daughter and the leader of the Ghetto.

"There goes a lot of meals for the prisoners in the ghetto," Sim said and laughed.

The five Ghetto gates were thrown open, but Joseph did not come through any.

For he was born in the Ghetto of Venice, on the seventh story of an ancient house.

Why had his brethren ever sought to emerge from the joyous slavery of the Ghetto?

He was back in the days when Fifth Avenue was an avenue and not a ghetto.

Long experience had taught the Ghetto that no gambler could be trusted.

In the opinion of the Ghetto they were the most extraordinary children in the world.

He, too, in a subterranean, ghetto way was master over his rats.

The master in the art of telling these Ghetto tales is Leopold Kompert.

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