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fixer

n. a lawyer. (Underworld.) Mooshoo’s fixer didn’t show up in court.
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Fixers, which has one of its five hubs in Chapter Arts Centre in Canton, is looking to raise PS30,000 to support 16 to 25 year olds in Wales who are motivated to use their past to fix the future for themselves and others.
Being on Tattoo Fixers, this is something we'd usually be looking to cover up, but as it's for a good cause it had to be done and I enjoyed being a part of that.
The young people's recommendations were compiled into a report and delivered to the Department of Health by Danny and a contingent of his fellow Fixers.
In a letter from the Department of Health, a spokesman said: "I am writing to say 'thank you and well done' to all the Fixers who shared such insightful and powerful messages and experience at the event.
We're all so grateful to Fixers for making it possible.
Next Saturday, Fixers will send 900 young people to 15 destinations across the UK to offer people hugs.
Margo Horsley, CEO of Fixers where Shannon helps spread her positive body image message, said: "Young people across the UK are facing an epidemic of unhappiness.
However, Fifa have made moves to combat fixers through initiatives such as the 'integrity initiative' among players and the 'early warning system', which monitors betting patterns.
London, May 30 ( ANI ): FIFA's head of security has said that he cannot give the World Cup a clean bill of health as claims erupted that Nigeria's warm-up game against Scotland was targeted by fixers with just a few days left before the start of the tournament in Brazil.
The 20-year-old is now working with national charity Fixers to try to help people understand the complex neurological condition.
Summary: The board chose to ignore pleas by a senior counsel for Enforcement Directorate to bring about a strict law to deter fixers.
So thank goodness for brave men like Simone Farina, whose decision to stand up to the gangsters led to the global crackdown on the fixers.
If the tale is to be believed then the Hungarian goalkeeper, who had a two-year ban imposed for failing to report an approach by dodgy geezers from the National Union of Match Fixers before a 4-3 defeat by Fiorentina, was supposed to have been tapped up to ensure three goals were scored at Anfield.
He said there is acute shortage of skilled masons, plumber, tile fixers, steel binders, adding there is no institution in the country that can impart training in these trades.
Former Metropolitan Police detective Watts and the PCA players' union have stepped up the battle against fixers after Essex's Mervyn Westfield became the first English player convicted of manipulating a game to service gambling rackets.