It is citizens who turn mean streets into good neighborhoods.
Down these mean streets a man must go, and they are getting meaner all the time.
He looked up and down the mean street, and then surveyed the house before which they stood.
Now she was looking down on the mean street.
There are people on those mean streets dumb enough to drop in.
We'd make a hell of a team out on those mean streets.
He stood below in the mean street, looking up at her.
Down these mean streets a man must walk, he thought.
They turned a corner into another mean street along one side of which there was a high blank wall.
He turned at last into the mean street where he lived.
While aid is clearly welcome, it hardly means easy street for the middle class.
Translated, this means "street of the foundation."
The names mean "Gräpel street" and "Kranenburg street" as they lead to these two places respectively.
Shijō literally means fourth street of Heian-kyō, the ancient capital.
The word Stellvia is composed of two Latin words, stella meaning star(s) and via meaning street or road.
In the Czech language Ulice means street.
The word 'gate' is derived from the old Danish word 'gata,' which meant street.
I finally realised that "jalan sehala" means "one-way street".
The name is a combination of the Old English strǣt, meaning "street", and ford, indicating a site at which a road forded a river.
It means street or square, I think... don't hold me to it, because high school Spanish is far behind me now.