an amount to be paid for a contract of insurance.
A gin or vodka cocktail popular in the mid-20th century.
(Yiddish) a person of integrity and honor.
bribing with a promotion in return for a favor.
A long-distance bus company.
A chain of moderately-priced restaurants in New York.
A character from a Frances Hodgson Burnett novel, an exceptionally innocent young man.
An illegal bookmaker's office.
Giving steroids to a horse to make it perform better in races.
a media stereotype about the Beat Generation, a generation of artists and writers in the post-WWII era, particularly in the West Village in New York City.