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ex-con

n
(Law) informal a former prisoner
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ex-con

[ˌeksˈkɒn] Nex presidiario/a m/f
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Alicia tries to pry into the heart of the school's ex-con.
BETWEEN THE LINES: Kwanzaa was concocted by an ex-con named Ron Everett, whose alias is Karenga; his black nationalist cult (United Slaves) became a violent rival of the Black Panthers at UCLA.
Paul was hit with accusations that he was into guys, even allegedly hiring a strapping African-American ex-con as his personal assistant-chauffeur.
Written by a real-life prison chaplain of seven years' experience, Blood Of The Lamb is a gripping locked-room murder mystery concerning a Florida prison chaplain who must investigate the murder of the seven-year-old daughter of an ex-con turned televangelist.
Deserving of ongoing mention is John Thomson's novel Small Boat At The Bottom Of The Sea, a vivid story of a pre-teen sent to spend summer with an ex-con uncle and an aunt who's dying from lung cancer.
An ex-con, a recovering alcoholic, an Iraq war veteran who lost a leg in combat, a skeptical paramedic and a man who aspires to be an Episcopal priest live with 30 Benedictine monks at a New Mexico monastery for 40 days on the new show "The Monastery," which airs Sundays nights on TLC, a cable TV channel.
EX-CON Alex Hughes (Alan Rickman) once killed a man, we learn at the start of this 112-minute drama.
He undertakes a cover-up of the murder, taking the body in the victim's car to his ex-con brother's junkyard in the next state.
Another ex-con on the card is Ralph "The Pelican Bay Bomber" Aau, a 28-year-old who served six years in notorious Pelican Bay State Prison for attempted murder and carjacking.
Come to Liverpool for the Capital of Culture and be greeted by an ex-con.
They do not need to see an ex-con flashing pounds 1million in their face on live TV.