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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There's super-strong private investigator Jessica Jones, indestructible ex-con Luke Cage, blind vigilante lawyer Daredevil and mystical martial artist Iron Fist.
I was told by an ex-con that "David loves every person he comes into contact with.
Vince's day-to-day existence takes an unusual turn when he accepts an offer from a criminal gang organised by his ex-con mate Colin, who has resurfaced after six years in prison.
Opens Friday THE STARS Nicolas Cage, Tye Sheridan, Gary Poulter, Ronnie Gene Blavins, Adriene Mishler THE STORY Ex-con Joe Ransom tries to curb the violence that lurks within him as he works and drinks hard.
As brooding Joe, he is terrific as a hot-tempered ex-con who's all too aware of his violent tendencies but who also has his own kind of honour.
the Bank Job C4, 9pm Jason Statham is a reformed ex-con who is tempted back to his old ways by his former girlfriend.
Dubbed by some wags as Driving Monsieur Daisy, this feel-good confection centres on the culture clash between a wealthy white aristocrat and a street-smart Senegalese ex-con.
The search brings Ellen into contact with Lucy's ex-con boyfriend and with a police officer, who begins to hit on her.
Never once have I ever had to fire an ex-con, and have always been sad to see them move on to other opportunities.
Come to Liverpool for the Capital of Culture and be greeted by an ex-con.