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snitcher

(ˈsnɪtʃɚ)
n. an informer. (Originally underworld.) Clare is a snitcher. Watch what you say around her.
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See Gerald Otto & Michael Seitlinger, Die 'Spitzelrichtlinie': Zur (Umsetzungs)Problematik der Data Retention Richtlinie 2006/24/EG [ The Snitcher Directive: Regarding the (Transposition-)Problems of the Data Retention Directive 2006/24/EC], 2006 Medien und Recht 227, 233 (Austria).
Born an incredible 14 weeks early, Ryan Snitcher would have died if he had not been given emergency transfusions.
I THINK it is about time this nit-picking snitcher started to report criminals instead of grassing on police parking while on duty in various North East locations.
For one thing, it would be almost impossible to police, unless we are all encouraged to turn snitcher and peep beyond the net curtains at our family, friends and neighbours.
But if you want to know what giving blood can do, turn the page and have a look at wee Ryan Snitcher.
TINY Ryan Snitcher was given just a50-50chance of survival when he was born But thanks to heart surgery and a dozen blood transfusions, the 10-week-old tot is well on the road to recovery.
We've become a nation of snitchers and grassers to the slightest stupid thing.
Management is very relaxed and called 'mismanagement' with a Grand Master who tries to keep the pack and circle in order but often is the worst culprit for disorder, an RA (Religious Adviser) who takes note of and dishes out the punishments in the circle at the end of the hash, although you do get many snitchers who give the RA a hand.