bikie

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bikie

(ˈbaɪkɪ)
n
slang Austral and NZ a member of a motorcycle gang
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Download Peter Dutton to be elevated with creation of Australian Department of Homeland Security NNA - A Crime-fighting super office focused on protecting Australians from terrorism, bikies and drugs will be created by the Turnbull Government and run by former cop-turned-Immigration Minister Peter Dutton.
The state LNP naively continues to focus solely on one group involved in organised crime bikies while the Palaszczuk Government has ensured law enforcement can target all offenders involved in organised crime.
51) See, for one local example, comments by the former Premier of Queensland suggesting that lawyers working for gang members were part of the 'criminal gang machine'; 'Campbell Newman says lawyers for bikies are part of the "criminal gang machine'" Courier-Mail (February 6, 2014) <http://www.
His attempts to join other groups, even the bikies who tolerated him for a short period, failed.
bikies surveying from top to bottom, lines of sight a farside of
CONTENTS I Introduction II Australia's War on Terror and Control Orders A Enacting Anti-Terror Laws B Control Orders III Control Orders Multiplied: The War on Bikies IV Control Orders Surpassed: New Directions in the War on Bikies V Normalisation and the Role of Constitutional Values VI Conclusion
Friday night by the fire with choc chip bikies and the newest issue of habitat
I know clients are not all plutocrats in chauffeur-driven cars with big cigars but they aren't often users of public transport--any more than they are lycra-clad bikies, which are the only two groups I can think of who might find such maps useful.
He got into trouble over drugs with bikies when he was 12--he says he didn't realize what he "was playing with".
The mother, who was 33 at the time, told the court: "He said he was going over to the West to kill a man and to shoot a couple of other bikies.
I heard the other day something like "the bikies would bash it, the footy club would take it away on an end-of-season trip, the homos would form a self-help group, and the lesbians would workshop a support network.
The area [Albury/ Wodonga] had a big bikie culture and the people in the film seemed just like the bikies I saw around me.