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That the "nark," with his mean tricks, is a nuisance to wandering beggars is seen in a very short time.
BEGGARSW. H. (WILLIAM HENRY) DAVIES
All true wanderers hate him; even the drunken, domineering grinder is treated with civility in a house where beggars see a "nark."
BEGGARSW. H. (WILLIAM HENRY) DAVIES
Another "nark" was a drunken drover, who left a saucepan on the fire while he went out for a drink.
BEGGARSW. H. (WILLIAM HENRY) DAVIES
By the way, the sight of a pepper-box in a lodging-house kitchen is always a sure sign that the man behind it is a "nark."
BEGGARSW. H. (WILLIAM HENRY) DAVIES
Moreover, a few strokes more would interpose the strange sub chaser between her and the Nark, and whoever was aboard would escape.
As the skipper of the ancient craft thus responded to the hail from the Nark, he put a hand to his ear as if hard of hearing.
So interested were the boys in this conversation that they failed to note the near approach of the Nark to an ancient schooner.
I warn you to submit without resistance, for if you do not, the Nark yonder has orders to open fire, and you cannot escape.
I looked out of the spy window in the back of the cab and saw my "nark" standing staring in the middle of the road.
He was a shifty, villainous-looking fellow of middle height, looking a "nark" all over.
THE RED TRIANGLEARTHUR MORRISON

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