Apart from the black marketeers
, everyone had nothing: poor, middle class, upper class.
Eduardo Filippo's comic drama about black marketeers
in World War II Naples; runs through Oct.
Webb is properly sinister as the doctors and black marketeers
who keep holding out false hope, and a naughty joy as the various one-nighters who eagerly hop in and out of Anna's hotel bed.
IAEA officials told a technical meeting Iran had indicated to international black marketeers
Tehran would purchase tens of thousands of magnets for sophisticated P-2 centrifuges that can enrich uranium to bomb-grade levels.
And if black marketeers
had wanted to print tickets for any other Champions League game, all they had to do was change the name of the team.
Beyond the recent arrests of 75 dissidents sentenced to as many as 28 years in jail and the executions of three hijackers who tried to commandeer a passenger ferry to Florida, the government also has cracked down on black marketeers
and conducted raids allegedly in search of drugs.
Along the way, the three men encounter ineffectual authorities, black marketeers
, romantic brigands, bandits, hordes of war orphans and a few dedicated caretakers.
The author tells us it is simply a matter of supply and demand, with nuclear black marketeers
actively establishing connections between likely end-users and would-be sellers.
Fortunately, Soler had anticipated trouble and had made arrangements for black marketeers
to smuggle out the footage he already had.
While bemoaning their lack of power to catch the really big fish, especially zaibatsu firms, many police made their living by extorting "exemptions" from black marketeers
in return for looking the other way.
Yet it must be one of the few places where, as a tourist, you feel safe on the streets and even the black marketeers
who sidle up to you trying to flog you cigars in the centre of Havana are unthreatening.
They are not drawn to the cinemas, vaudeville theaters, night cafes, and the Sportpalast any more, unlike the feasting black marketeers
, burned-out proletarians, and female street-workers who came in from the cold because they were competitors on the labor and love market; instead, today they have an academic degree, an odd job in a trendy bar, and write novels, presumably on the triumphs and failings in the metropolis.