ex-con

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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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The celebration marked the 50th year of Rothenberg's founding of Fortune (which takes its name from Shakespeare's Sonnet 29), a New York-city-based reentry organization that helps thousands of ex-cons navigate the welfare system and find housing and work.
According to Telecommunications Minister Boutros Harb, the people behind these dodgy services are two ex-cons -- who in 2009 were convicted for setting up a clandestine Internet server in the Chouf's Al-Barouk which had connections with Israel.
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.
If just 1 in 50 of those ex-cons had voted, and if 60 percent of them had voted Democratic, George W.
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.