trasher


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trasher

(ˈtræʃə)
n
someone who trashes or destroys something, esp angrily or maliciouslysomeone who insults or criticizes something
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Entre 1923 y 1926, Frederic Trasher realizo un estudio sobre la actividad de pandillas en Chicago.
Chapters two and three discuss the Fowler Orphanage, which American Presbyterians operated in Cairo, and the orphanage which American Pentecostal Lillian Trasher founded in the southern town of Asyut.
11) Ilk kez Trasher (12) tarafindan OKS, GIM yerlestirilirken on kamara kollapsini onlemek icin fakoemulsifikasyonda kullanilmistir.
Autores como Foot White y Trasher trabajaron las bandas como subculturas juveniles que empiezan a proliferar en los espacios intersticiales de la ciudad.
The effort includes funny videos on the drug chain's Web and Facebook pages, where customers can pledge not to be a Money Trasher.
When we started I was still a bit nervous but as soon as we got the first new song out of the way and no one left I thought this should be alright, and then we did Trasher which is a safe bet.
Green gadget boss Eamon Treacy was one of the first to fall foul of Ms Newman when she backed his pitch for the Bin Trasher waste compacter.
7) In his 1927 classic study, The Gang, Frederic Milton Trasher describes gangs as an "interstitial group originally formed spontaneously, and then integrated through conflict.
6) In US cities such as Chicago, Los Angeles or New York, youth gangs emerged as ethnically homogeneous groups at the beginning of the 1920s, particularly in immigrant neighbourhoods (Duffy 2004: 1; Klein 1995; Trasher 1968 [1927]).
Los hip-hop, los trasher, los neonazis, los raperos, o los punk, los skinheads, etc.
Marks, Lovell, Norshirvani, Livanuo, & Trasher, 1989; Taylor, Thordarson, Maxfiled, Fedoroff, Lovell, & Ogrodniczuk, 2003), adult survivors of childhood abuse (e.