G-man


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G-man

(ˈdʒimæn)
n. a government investigative agent; an FBI agent. The G-men busted in and started shooting.
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Characterization has always been one of Brite's strengths, but she writes about Rickey and G-man as if she's known them all her life.
There would be another mother unit for liquid packaging inks at Broendy, near Copenhagen, Denmark, which used to be part of the Sadolin printing inks business before it was merged with G-man to form Casco Nobel Inks in 1989.
It stems from extensive mine visits and from the company's G-Man (Getman Mining Advisory Network).
The G-Man is here ("G" stands for government), and his channel is "info-tainment" at its best.
They drink hard, solicit prostitutes and then beat them up, but the offspring of one such encounter grows up to become a G-man bent on vengeance.
The event will be hosted by notable and award winning remixer G-Man with special guests DJ Cubanito and DJ Xray.
Originally discovered at a Battle Of The Bands at Manchester's Hacienda in 1985 the group went on to release Squirrel And G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People Plastic Face Carnt Smile (White Out), Bummed, and Pills EoACAyn' Thrills And Bellyaches before disbanding after 1992's Yes Please
The actor observes: "Early on in his career, capturing outlaws like John Dillinger helped Hoover to fashion the G-Man image in the eyes of the general public.
He added: "Early on in his career, capturing outlaws like John Dillinger helped Hoover to fashion the G-Man image in the eyes of the general public.
Flash forward to the present, and San Francisco detective Rebecca Madsen (Sarah Jones, who had a recurring gig on "Sons of Anarchy") is investigating a murder when a terse G-man, Emerson Hauser (Sam Neill), bigfoots her off the case.
We are now going to lose G-Man to the African Nations but it's good to have him stay on board until the end of the season and hopefully with performances like that he can come back strong and push us on up the table," said Davies.
By dawn, we were in the airport, surrounded and even followed into the lavatory by a G-Man on either side, pretending to need a pee at exactly the time I needed one.
THE G-MAN Steven Gerrard's return could be crucial for Liverpool.
Public Enemies": Johnny Depp is gangster John Dillinger and Christian Bale is G-Man Melvin Purvis in Michael Mann's Depression-era crime saga.
Edgar Hoover's cross-dressing are appropriate when discussing the life of the famous G-man when books are already filled with truly disturbing things like the social effects of pervasive poverty and Clinton's ``improper relations'' with a certain intern that led to his impeachment?