That's the horror of the Bronx, a mean place
of little hope buried in abject poverty where gangs hustle to survive, taking what they are never given.
We may have learned early that the world is a mean place
, and if you aren't tough, you'll be mowed down.
It's spirit is in the right, mean place
, but the movie's exaggerated teen archetypes are as transparent as the sweeter films' straight-A quarterbacks and Cinderella shy girls.
The Beltway encloses a particularly mean place
right now, and it isn't just those freshmen.
It's a mean place
for Shakes and his friends Michael (Brad Renfro), Tommy (Jonathan Tucker) and John (Geoff Wigdor).
By property, I mean places
to live in, places to escape to, to relax in, feel comfortable and unthreatened in.
Good GCSE results can mean places
on A-level courses.
While actually you mean places
which have been ruined out of recognition.
But, controversially, it will mean places
being offered at the expense of youngsters from richer areas who secured better A-level grades.
Kenny Miller's move to Derby County on Friday will remove one frontline option and that could mean places
for some of the young stars bubbling under at Celtic Park.
Injuries to George Boateng and Fabio Rochemback mean places
are currently up for grabs in the Boro engine room and Riggott will be delighted to see Cattermole handed another chance.
But Ms Taj added, 'There have been cases where girls (fromWales) have been taken back home - and by that I mean places
like the Middle East - and haven't come back.