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crim

(krɪm)
n, adj
slang short for criminal
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In the course of the defence, the witty Erskine went on to illustrate his position, by alluding to a recent crim.
Reducing the qualifications to become a certified teacher is yet another avenue to deprofessionalizing the teaching profession," Crim says.
The Crim road race started out as the brainchild of then Michigan House Speaker Bobby Crim and his administrative assistant, Lois Craig.
Cal Crim has been servicing its clients with armed and unarmed security and patrol officers in the Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky area over the past century.
If Crim worried along the way whether her original Conviction would hold, she needn't have.
According to a media statement of the press office of Yotova, she takes over the post of Deputy Chair of CRIM at a decisive stage of the debate on the preparation of a legal framework on the fight against criminal activities in the EU.
IT-94-1-A and IT-94-1-Abis, Judgement in Sentencing Appeals, (Int'l Crim.
Bridesmaids were the bride's cousin Rachel Barton Crim, of Jackson; Crystal Lorraine Basham of Newport News, Virginia; Lauren Elizabeth Herb of Atlanta, Georgia; and Taylor West Mullins of Birmingham, Alabama.
The buyer must pass Drivers lic and crim background.
Thus, if you are in federal court, Federal rule of criminal procedure (Fed R Crim P) 4 must be read in light of the Fourth Amendment.
Ralph Burrell, president and CEO, SymCon; Charles Chambers, president and CEO, Lawrence Technological University; Georgette Dulworth, CEO, Tech-Line Automation; Henry Lorant, regional vice president, Marshall Field's; Nancy Schlicting, president and CEO, Henry Ford Health System; Terrence Oprea, president and CEO, Mort Crim Communications; and Ron T.