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The things some lousy awards shows will do to gain cred. The Sun (2014)Our street cred went out the window within minutes. The Sun (2016)His street cred is rising by the day. The Sun (2015)He will have earned some street cred. The Sun (2012)Who said being a cartoon restricts your fashion cred? Times, Sunday Times (2010)And the less elitist you are, the more street cred you get. Times, Sunday Times (2008)As well as pioneering smooth jazz, he also has some serious street cred. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And as a con artist who knew when he was being tricked, he had added street cred. The Sun (2015)But for it to earn the street cred it craves, the presenters really need to get themselves some decent threads. The Sun (2009)And one in ten of those who do no exercise own four pairs at a time - just for street cred. The Sun (2007)During the teenage years it can be crucial for one's " street cred" to have the correct clothes and accessories. Growing Through Loss and Grief (1994)You're a drip and a bore, devoid of street cred. The Sun (2013)Their street cred spreads from Athens to Helsinki. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Plus, she's going to get all that street cred. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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