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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It was one of the first to move into the market 40 years ago when the Danish press equipment manufacturer Nilpeter introduced a new envelope label printing machine and chose ANI -- then G-man -- as its recommended ink supplier.
Later he marries one of his own students Alicia (Jennifer Connelly) and starts cracking Russian codes for a shadowy G-Man (Ed Harris) before cracking up himself.
He's become a study in shifting public personae, from head G-man, to the Man With the Files, to the gay in the closet, to an accused assassination conspirator, to, perhaps, a fan of the little black cocktail dress.
To support the product launch, Emmy award-winning actor Robert Stack - best known for his portrayal as G-Man Eliot Ness in the 1960s television series "The Untouchables" and, more recently, as the weekly host of television's hit show, "Unsolved Mysteries" - will tell the tale of "One Todd Mitchell" in a 30-second spot scheduled to premiere during the NBC Network's NBA Basketball Game of the Week on April 9.
Rachel fronted North Wales bands, including Cyra Elia, which featured her brother Greg - known as The G-Man - on guitar and backing vocals.
For more information, promo copies of "Days Like These," or interviews with Sandra, please contact John Scott G of G-Man Marketing.
Leonardo DiCaprio is perfect as fresh-faced fraudster, while Tom Hanks puts in an excellent shift as his stuffy G-man nemesis with whom he'd go on to develop a close real-life relationship.
This week it celebrated five years of broadcasting across the city and G-Man, who broadcast the station's very first show in 2002, said he enjoyed working there because presenters were given the scope to play their own records coupled with an emphasis on local news.
But then again, why the hell didn't your big G-Man do somethink about Peachey sooner?
Radio personalities Suki and G-man from Newstyle Radio will also be on hand to entertain the crowd.
The event will also coincide with the release of Meeting With The G-Man, a high-quality, 74-minute bootleg of Rory on tour.
Group member G-Man was jailed for four years recently for possessing a loaded handgun.
FBI headquarters, where the tour includes a G-man letting loose with a machine gun, is also closed to the public.
Not only did the founding G-man span all eras between the Wobblies and Watergate, he also consistently shaped images that go deep into the national identity.