"My late husband used to say I had more street smarts than anyone he knew."
He and others attributed his success in business to "street smarts".
"We teach street smarts, and that's what you need to do well in college."
Paradoxically, she is also known in the group for having the best street smarts.
This type of intelligence is often referred to as "street smarts."
His street smarts and local knowledge often come in handy during investigations.
They have to have a certain amount of street smarts.
Meanwhile, flight attendants said, security had become a matter of street smarts.
But he found that, more than anything else, a big school like Madison "teaches you street smarts."
"I learned to use street smarts, which I don't think today's young players are aware enough of."
They have proved they have the mental toughness, the street smarts any entrepreneur needs.
Mr. Castro stressed the street smarts he gained in his career in the Bronx.
She longed to blend their street smarts with her stage smarts.
The city is an excellent training ground for developing the street smarts that are key to safe and worry-free travel.
And if you ain't got serious street smarts today, you ain't alive.
During an excursion to a glacier the group gets trapped, and the kids have to use all their street smarts to get out.
Valentine soon becomes well-versed in the business using his street smarts to achieve success, and begins to act well-mannered.
He had the kind of insights and street smarts that every good defense lawyer could use.
The result is the kind of collision between intellectual fervor and street smarts that we tend to associate with an older, upwardly mobile generation.
I kept walking, displaying all the street smarts I hadn't shown Saturday night.