gun for hire


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Noun1.gun for hire - a professional killer who uses a gungun for hire - a professional killer who uses a gun
liquidator, manslayer, murderer - a criminal who commits homicide (who performs the unlawful premeditated killing of another human being)
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'Our focused police operations will be intensified against Private Armed Groups, Criminal Gangs, Wanted Persons, Gun for Hire Groups, Loose Firearms and violation of COMELEC gun ban through service of warrant of arrest, implementation of search warrant, check point operations, police patrol and response; and Oplan Sita/Bakal/Galudad including high value targets in illegal drugs,' Albayalde said.
Licup noted that out of 40 shooting incidents from January to Febru-ary this year, 16 were attributed to gun for hire.
According to Albayalde, the following measures will be in place during the election period: Strict implementation of gun ban Intensified focus law enforcement operations Dismantling of private armed groups Early preparation of security and contingency plans Provide security to vulnerable candidates Limited reshuffle of PNP personnel Accounting of loose firearms Neutralization of gun for hire and criminal gangs Police will be providing daily updates of gun ban violations until the end of election period.
Fighting someone else's war as a 'gun for hire' had bred violence and terror in the country, said Imran.
He has since become a T20 gun for hire but says he would love to make a return to the Test arena, where he would be eligible to play for his native country again in 2018.
I recently spent four days teaching at the Gun For Hire facility in Woodland Park, N.J.
Dennis Locorriere, Andy Fairweather Low St David's Hall, Cardiff Tickets: pounds 18-pounds 22 Former Dr Hook frontman joined by Cardiff's top gun for hire in support.
By MARK JEFFERIES EAMONN Holmes has hinted that he could be tempted to "return home" to the GMTV sofa by telling bosses: "I'm a gun for hire."
Instead, he intends to market himself as a gun for hire, playing in a series of money-spinning limited-overs competitions the world over.
A former film critic, he crafted novels with a cinematographer's eye, and more than 40 films were made of his stories, many of them popular and critical successes, including This Gun for Hire, Ministry of Fear, Confidential Agent, Brighton Rock, Our Man in Havana, and The Comedians.
NEW YORK Think of any major feature film made in New York in the last few years and chances are its production offices were located, at least temporarily, in the Gun for Hire Production Center.
Gun for Hire is the account of one of his cases as a bodyguard in that shady world where faceless criminal entrepreneurs trade arms, peddle drugs and people, corrupt politicians, and stash their fortunes in impenetrable accounts.