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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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WHILE agreeing broadly with Peter from Helensburgh regarding Rape Crisis Scotland and early release, the number of offences of a violent or sexual nature committed by ex-cons who were released from previous sentences early is outrageous.
Aniston is up for the role of Mickey Dawson, the wife of a real estate tycoon who is kidnapped by two ex-cons, to be played by John Hawkes of 'Deadwood' and rapper Mos Def.
The same principles apply to many of today's ex-cons, who have lacked the firm guidance and example of parents who have taken a laid back view of what life is really about.
No such problems for Wilnecote in Saturday A as they visited The Plough and furrowed a decisive 36-shot victory and by 5-1 on games to take them seven points ahead of Atherstone Cons B, who maintained their pressure until the end by taking out Stockingford Ex-Cons by ten shots and 7-3.
FINE Gael yesterday demanded the Government ban ex-cons working as debt collectors.
Tattooed, bearded and pierced, Corona still looks tough on the diamond and he proved to be a hardened competitor as he suited up Saturday with the Park Bums, a San Fernando-based squad of ex-cons, former gangsters and neighborhood guys.
And ex-cons probably won't have health care, either.
The ex-Tory party chairman - jailed for four years for lying in court in a case about a prostitute - gave pounds 2,000 to the People's Opportunity to Work (POW) trust, thinking it would help fellow ex-cons.
Prior to the 2000 election, Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris ordered local election supervisors to purge names from the registries that supposedly belonged to ex-cons.
She gets involved with the school newspaper and enjoys her experiences there; consoles her friend Elizabeth, who reveals that she was sexually molested when she was younger; and invites some female ex-cons to Thanksgiving dinner.
He also explained how hard it was for most ex-cons to find honest employment once they'd been released from prison.
ABOUT TWELVE YEARS AGO I WENT ON RETREAT WITH a bunch of drunks, drug addicts, bikers, and ex-cons.