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One night, while panhandling near the baseball stadium, someone suggested he reach out to Pandemic of Love.
By the time Jon Greiner took over as police chief in 1995, the main challenges on 25th Street were panhandling and public drunkenness.
In one case, the Public Service Commission greenlighted a surcharge for a new pipeline to provide gas to an insulation plant in West Virginia’s eastern panhandle — something the private company would typically pay for.
NATURAL GAS IS GETTING CHEAPER. THOUSANDS ARE PAYING MORE TO HEAT THEIR HOMES ANYWAY.BY LUCAS MANFIELD AND KEN WARD JR., MOUNTAIN STATE SPOTLIGHTAPRIL 17, 2021PROPUBLICA
Greenberg also became close with Gaetz, now 38, who hailed from a panhandle district hundreds of miles away, and a group of other Republican men in the Orlando area.
Our talk ranged from the Panhandle to the Canada line, while our horses jogged steadily southward.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
One night, away down in the Panhandle, they fell in with an outfit driving a bunch of steers up the Yellow Grass trail.
THE NERVE OF FOLEYFRANK H. SPEARMAN
Alone in his room at the hotel, Bartley wondered what would have happened if Wishful had not rapped Panhandle on the head.
PARTNERS OF CHANCEHENRY HERBERT KNIBBS
This time Panhandle glanced up and asked Wishful if he didn't want to come into the game.
PARTNERS OF CHANCEHENRY HERBERT KNIBBS
Bartley recalled the fact that he had drawn back his arm, intending to take one good punch at Panhandle, even if it were his last.
PARTNERS OF CHANCEHENRY HERBERT KNIBBS
Cheyenne's eyes were fixed on the player known as "Panhandle," and on no other person at that table.
PARTNERS OF CHANCEHENRY HERBERT KNIBBS

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