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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

2 uses
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the state of one's reputation — can be high/good or low/bad
  • House of ill repute.
    1 — The Watchdog (30% in)
  • Ghetto skins along by pawning and whining to the grocer to keep the kids alive, buying groceries on credit—no serious business anywhere in sight except for the houses of ill repute and the junky line—can't even slip over to the posh sections for the stealing business, no cars to get there—and the place getting thicker and thicker with people, all boiling like white-hot lead, half of them ready to kill you on sight from pure jealousy and imaginary or real persecution—and now the...
    19 — Workmen in a Quarry (13% in)

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