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juvie

(ˈdʒuvi)
1. n. a police officer concerned with juveniles. (Underworld.) The juvies have to know juvenile law cold.
2. n. a youth; a teenager under age eighteen. (Underworld.) I work with juvies a lot. I try to get them back on the track.
3. mod. juvenile. She still has a lot of juvie attitudes.
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Although he wears a huge "Thank you Jesus" tie bar, and prepares a contract for TV appearances and a book by Juvie for which he gets 90 percent as agent -- "Hell, this is America," he explains -- Hill is one of Leonard's typically good-natured scoundrels.
Honey 2 (PG) Formulaic, but harmless urban dance movie sequel, as fresh out of juvie Bronx babe Katerina Graham joins the dance studio crew to take on her bad boy ex's team in the inevitable dance battle competition.
There are tons of characters, but we never get to know any of them, least of all the lead character, Treasure Lee (Yolonda Ross), a 21-year-old happy to be transferred from juvie to a women's prison because she's been dreaming about being reunited with her mother, Brownie (Davenia McFadden), who's incarcerated there.
Watching his Juvie Jazz dancers, art indeed seems the first step toward hope.
MINNEAPOLIS -- In Ashley Hope Perez's new YA novel The Knife and the Butterfly, sixteen-year-old Azael wakes up from a drug-addled brawl with a neighboring gang and finds himself surrounded by the concrete walls of juvie.
OFFENDER 102mins AFTER Dog Pound and King Of Devil's Island, we're thrown back into borstal for yet another juvie jail drama more likely to exasperate than entertain viewers.
The surf will be baitfish central, with the forerunners mainly juvie bay anchovies (generically called glass minnows).
It's done by a poor guy doing time in juvie on a weed rap, which helps explain the ghetto-ness (and it's obviously an expression of boredom, etc, that comes with the territory).
What: 18-year-old Kris (Genevieve Cortese) leaves a juvie detention center for a glamorous life training horses on a family ranch populated by young studs - no, not that kind.
He was just a foster brother, but he was two years older, and a juvie hail vet.
MINNEAPOLIS -- In The Twelve-Fingered Boy, a YA novel written by John Hornor Jacobs and published by Carolrhoda Lab[TM], an imprint of Lerner Publishing Group, readers meet 15-year-old Shreve Cannon, a teen who doesn't mind juvie.
Uh, I'm going to juvie," Haley lies, when she runs into some of her friends.
He is a wild child outta juvie, newly enamored with mineral foundation.
BOARD TO TEARS Genevieve attended boarding school and compares it to Kris's stint in juvie hall.