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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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The public cheered the G-men (Government men) as they took the war on crime to the increasingly outmaneuvered desperadoes.
But according to the report, the G-men will be using sophisticated algorithms on supercomputers to accomplish much, much more than mere mortal retailers.
It's unbelievable," he says of the visit from the G-men.
JUST LIKE MOVIE G-MEN AND GANGSTERS OF YORE, today's top cops and thugs need cool guns and clothes, too-and don't forget the personal digital assistant.
CLAIRE BOND POTTER, WAR ON CRIME: BANDITS, G-MEN, AND THE POLITICS OF MASS CULTURE (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1998) 250 pp.
PLOT: The show's at Sodom city limits and censors should call in the G-Men.
The book opens with a naked Foreman being arrested in his bedroom by armed G-men, in connection with an alleged plot to sabotage three nuclear facilities.
The archangels are typical G-men and God himself is a bungling tough guy out of a B movie.
Michael has also been an investor/co-owner of many companies and co-founded an athlete marketing and management company G-Men Management.
The G-Men are doing that with the 10th-ranked defensive unit, while the Jets are twelfth.
Crippled by injuries on the defensive side last season, they still managed to win eight games and with Dallas having a murderous schedule after Thanksgiving, the G-men may christen their new stadium with play-off football.
An FBI official said agents in the New York City field office opened a case on the death of Henn, a volunteer for a Christian aid group working with former child soldiers, as G-men flew from from the US Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, to the blast sites.
Friday is ska with Jamaican Ska Sound System, G-Men from Darlington and Big Fat Panda from Edinburgh.
THE regular Skas -Fest at the Forum in Darlington tonight features North-east ska guys THE G-MEN with Stoke band THE ROUGH KUTS and scorching reggae in a debut show by Darlington's THE EQUALISERS (entry pounds 5); popular local covers group NIGHTSHIFT take to the stage tomorrow night (entry pounds 10); on Thursday ths s e fortnightly teenage rock night Newblood features MY PRETEND ORCHESTRA (entry pounds 3).
Ed Gibson, now the chief cyber security adviser at computer giant Microsoft, is a former FBI agent - the bureau's operatives have long been familiarly known as G-men.