juvie


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ju·vie

 (jo͞o′vē)
adj. Slang
Juvenile: juvie court.

[Shortening and alteration of juvenile.]

juvie

(ˈdʒuːvɪ)
n
a juvenile detention centre
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Ritter, 35, who came of age in the small borough of Shickshinny, Pennsylvania, said her ambition was to bring to life a"twisted backwoods" setting where"the party that you go to on Friday night is a bonfire," and"the district magistrate is putting people in juvie when he's out smoking weed with kids on the weekends.
Ritter, 35, who came of age in the small borough of Shickshinny, Pennsylvania, said her ambition was to bring to life a "twisted backwoods" setting where "the party that you go to on Friday night is a bonfire", and "the district magistrate is putting people in juvie when he's out smoking weed with kids on the weekends.
Right, a juvie tripletail displays its efforts to hide beneath the crab pot buoy--so touching.
html) her dad bailed her out of juvie in the previous installment.
together with De Lima and several others, was named in a drug case filed by Albuera police chief Juvie Espinido.
When Dotty repeatedly complained that Kara didn't clean her room or make her bed, Kara was sent back to juvie.
Her imagination, like ours, had clearly been primed for exciting revelations beyond the realm of Veronica Roth's juvie sci-fi franchise, which inexplicably switches allegories late in the game.
Allen Ginsberg's Howl--sold to two undercover juvie cops by one of Ferlinghetti's unsuspecting clerks at City Lights--may not have been great literature (adolescent dreck, if you ask me), but one must go back to republican Rome to find a time when censors weren't reflexively condemned as puritanical fanatics.
He kept pushing until they agreed, and ended up teaching his Juvie Jazz program until he sustained an injury 17 years later.
Miriam had once brought him to library at the high school and opened the old yearbook with Caleb's picture from his junior year, before he was sent off to juvie.
That's when they knew something was really wrong with me and they sent me to juvie (juvenile detention).