yellow sheet


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yellow sheet

n. Slang
A criminal record.
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Archer crumpled up the yellow sheet as if the gesture could annihilate the news it contained.
"Reading the Yellow Sheet every day, it sure does seem like there are some who are wanting to negotiate the budget through the media, and we prefer not to do that," Ptak said.
There was only one hang-up: every semester I had to fill out a yellow sheet confirming I was still a senior.
The remains of the wrecked car were examined at the scene then covered in a yellow sheet later yesterday morning.
The remains of the wrecked car were examined at the scene and then covered in a yellow sheet.
Instead of the electrical trade, however, it was masonry that caught Reeves' attention.<br />"Actually they have a yellow sheet that has information about all the different trades, their incomes, their requirements, what you have to do," she said.
I go to shower last night and I look And as you can see the yellow sheet of paper is hidden behind the card," (https://www.instagram.com/p/BYLi5R2gS0n/?hl=en&taken-by=ashasebera_danabrooke) she wrote.
The woman was found wrapped in a yellow sheet and then placed in a plastic bag.
A 2005 collage with Waldman, Imaginary Relish, builds off an image of a Vargas girl, plopped like a scoop of vanilla ice cream atop a yellow sheet of steno paper, inscribed with a potential poem: THE IMAGINED RELISH IS SO SWEET, IT INTOXICATES THE SENSES.
"Ground beef is still a leader, because of its versatility and the fact that there are price considerations to make when feeding a family," remarks Gary Morrison, market reporter for the meat industry publication Urner Barry's Yellow Sheet, based in Bayville, N.J.
Saudi Arabia women are not allowed to leave the kingdom without permission from their male guardian, who must give his consent by signing what is known as the "yellow sheet" at the airport or border