Maybe this man had a seedy past – or present, life.
It was Charlie's seedy character that disturbed Brady.
Her unease grew as they reached a seedy neighborhood outside of Little Havana.
While gunplay and the seedy New York underbelly are usually staples of an anti-hero tale, Max is very much a good guy.
Whenever millions and millions of people are involved in something, there's bound to be something seedy happening somewhere.
In each action-packed episode, viewers see the seedy underside of crime, as Dog gives chase through questionable motels, dark alleys, and drug-infested neighborhoods.
Hot on the news of her arrest, Sierra made media headlines with a sex tape shot in a seedy hotel.
The area is famed for being one part seedy and another part developmental for artists.
In fact during our entire stay in New York, no matter how seedy some of the streets looked, I never saw any bulletproof glass.
Maybe this man had a seedy past â€“ or present, life.
The motel was past its prime certainly, but had not yet descended to seedy.
Moss has gone from seedy cokehead to prime time television in 12 weeks.
She sings, I wish my life was a little less seedy / Why am I always so greedy?
lounge lizard through to seedy hipster.
The best of Gainsbourg, in all his guises, from louche lounge lizard through to seedy hipster.
The traffic tends to come from seedy places like domain names that have lapsed in payment or commonly misspelled domain entries.
No-one is speaking, but there's already enough heat in the seedy motel 's atmosphere to fry a rattle snake or two.
This gives it that seedy nightclub / holiday camp feel.
Currently it is a seedy, dirty, unregulated underworld controlled by pimps.
Underneath, tho, it shows a knowledge of a particularly seedy side of life, where gender politics rule all.
It's a nice day now, and I feel a bit less seedy than writing in a flooded underpass at 5am.
seedy underworld eroding in Benetton colors.
seedy nightclub with two tables.
seedy bar in a galaxy far, far away.
seedy side of town.
We eventually found the place which turned out to be a rather seedy looking underground car park.
A fine but somewhat seedy specimen that has stood the test of time.
Either way, it's a very seedy way of marketing.
However both the piers were, by then, pretty seedy places.
It seemed more for men getting a DVD, not for taking women in as it felt very seedy.
He got up for dinner and to-day but is still looking rather seedy.
They blame a recent drop in theater attendances on the impression that the West End has become seedy in recent years.
seedy Are Most Like Bill Clinton No doubt, your legacy may be a little seedier than you'd like.
What I've heard of his music before has been dark, gritty rap about Britain ' s seedy underbelly.
It's a painting of communal harmony; a portrait of a seedy underworld eroding in Benetton colors.
The premise of the game is one of rescue and revenge within the seedy Japanese underworld run by the Yakuza.
It 's a nice day now, and I feel a bit less seedy than writing in a flooded underpass at 5am.
What I 've heard of his music before has been dark, gritty rap about Britain ' s seedy underbelly.
It 's a painting of communal harmony; a portrait of a seedy underworld eroding in Benetton colors.
The action takes place in a seedy nightclub with two tables.
Make sure that your horses are always fully vaccinated against tetanus, an invariably fatal infection which can gain access through a seedy toe.
Think the drama and drag glamor of Rocky Horror set in a seedy bar in a galaxy far, far away.
We set off looking for the seedy side of town.
He 's not an obvious choice for Macbeth, tho, looking more like a slightly seedy math professor than a military hero.
Either way, it 's a very seedy way of marketing.
He's not an obvious choice for Macbeth, tho, looking more like a slightly seedy math professor than a military hero.
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