(n) Abbreviation of hotel/motel, as in a place to be overnight or to an indefinite period of time.  (ex.) “I'm tryna get a ______ for the night if it's gonna be rainin’ all hard, otherwise I would crash in the park, ay.”
(v) To hop a train while it's moving order to leave town more quickly. (ex.) “Let's go ________ __ ___ ___, get to the West Coast and hitchhike from there, yeah?”
(n) A piece of treasure, memorabilia, or a gainfully interesting item on the ground; typically the sidewalk. (v) to find valuable or meaningful items while walking.  (ex.) “Dude, I just _____________d a piece of jewellery at the corner! Woo!”
(v) Using creative terms and vocabulary on a piece of cardboard or paper to obtain funds, goods, or services via foot traffic or standing near frequented intersections.(ex.) “Homie Gerald is _________ _ ____ to get a hoti for the week, he definitely needs the opportunity.”
(v) To ask patrons leaving nearby restaurants / eateries for leftovers and / or extra food and to-go boxes.(ex.) “I'm hungry like a hippo, let's go _____________ downtown, bro!”
(v) To linger behind, slowing down and group by accident or disassociation from a clique. (ex.) “Lola noticed her new friend had begun to __________, and almost got left behind at the bus stop.”
(n) An event for free food, normally attended by persons of indigent status or financial hardship. (ex.) “If you're totally broke, there's a _____ going on at the Storehouse this afternoon.”
(n) A half-smoked cigarette kept after smoking until the right moment, usually rerolled into a full cigarette. (ex.) “All I gots is one ____ right now, but homie Gerald said he could buy us a pack mañana.”
(n) Overalls or coveralls typically decorated with custom patches and worn for working conditions,inclement weather, or just as a daily garment to protect one's body from scratches.(ex.) “You're going to camp out and thick briar and bramble to prove a point, you should wear your ____ for certain.”
(n) Another name for Albuquerque's Civic Plaza. (ex.) "Since it's Tuesday, let's head on down to _______ ____ to see if we can catch any food trucks for lunch."
(n) Another name for Coronado Park In Albuquerque. (ex.) "I think they are having another feed up at __________ _____ if you would like to try to catch the bus up to I-40."
(n) Living without walls; what society often classifies as a state of being or a condition; homelessness. (ex.) "I would rather consider myself __________ than homeless."

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