bikie

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bikie

(ˈbaɪkɪ)
n
slang Austral and NZ a member of a motorcycle gang
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With this amazing ability to be invisible, the protagonist embarks upon a wild and action-packed adventure involving a bikie gang and a wild monkey.
Dutton claimed phones enabled criminal activity within the centres, and a story published in the Daily Telegraph on Wednesday detailed some incidents, including an alleged attempt to organise a contract killing by a bikie detained on Christmas Island.
This legislation sends a clear message to drug traffickers, financiers of large scale drug operations and bikie gangs that they are not untouchable and that the Corruption and Crime Commission stands ready to engage them.
5) A subsequent short, Castor and Pollux (1973), was a documentary portrait of two very different men: a bikie and a hippie.
For example, the granting of forest harvest rights through a public auction system (Collomb and Bikie 2000), and public participation in the zoning and gazetting of forest lands has enabled the linking of subsectoral activities such as between the land use and the indigenous peoples subsectors (Bruggeman et al.
Across the Tasman several States have passed gang control laws, the strictest of them seeking to make certain bikie gangs illegal.
Logo PB and HE Bikie "Women and Land in Cameroon: Questioning Women's Land Status and Claims for Change.
Toby Mitchell," he said, referring to the Australian former bikie gang boss, before he and the driver of the vehicle burst out laughing.
Caron M, Grard G, Paupy C, Mombo IM, Bikie Bi Nso B, Kassa Kassa FR, et al.
En el caso especifico de Obama Ondo, fue obligado a renunciar a su matrimonio con su bien querida Anne Mengue para salvar meramente el amor (la romanza) nacido entre su propio padre Guy Ondo Ebang y Jeanne Bikie, la madre de Anne Mengue.
78) Denouncing bikie gangs as 'an evil within our nation', Rann claimed that the South Australian control order legislation would not only 'lead Australia in the fight against bikie gangs', but be the toughest in the world.
Out of ten programs, free-to-air television offered three with transmedia content (Offspring, Packed to the Rafters and Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms).