The scruffy, residential district of Realengo is trying to come to terms with what happened on Thursday morning.
In the video, he is unshaven and scruffy, wearing a dark, padded jacket, and his voice is thick with emotion.
When she came to power in 1978, Britain was a dreary, dreary place: dingy, funereal, abashed, scruffy, feckless.
He looks like a dog from an Eastern European circus: a small, scruffy dog who you could imagine balancing on a red ball.
There are photos of what looks like a scruffy Californian kid in a T-shirt, taking a break from skateboarding.
As for Big Bird, Sesame Street should restore the creature to its scruffy perfection no matter who wins the election.
Her scruffy waif look was as far as possible from the sophisticated luxury of her childhood.
Dirty and unkempt; shabby; slovenly: The scruffy little city, Knoxville, did it/ one bearded, sad-eyed, scruffy-looking lad
[1871+; fr obsolete British scruff, ''valueless, contemptible,'' probably an alteration of scurf, ''scabbiness of the skin,'' hence related to scurvy]