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crips

n. marijuana. This ain’t crips; it’s alfalfa.
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Angilau, who was 25 years old, was among 17 Tongan Crips (https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/03/12/video-shows-officer-shooting-defendant-in-utah-courthouse/) named in the 2010 federal indictment under racketeering, conspiracy, robbery and assault  charges.
In theorising crip (7), McRuer (2006) explores the compulsory character of able-bodiedness, aligning it to Rich's (1980) concept of "compulsory heterosexuality".
Apichatpong Weerasethakul's films resist both aspects of exacting this "double marginality." My argument is that Apichatpong's films engage in crip seduction, are seductive and crip, because they interrupt the normate closeting that provides the "blank" backdrop on which to project such estranged, exoticized bodies and because their interruption counters the conditions of medicalized surveillance by putting that very surveillance under examination.
The chief virtue of Feminist Queer Crip is that all this good academic theory clarifies the challenges ordinary people with disabilities must navigate to flourish in a world not built for us.
Sloan continues his story with the Los Angeles Riots of 1992, the temporary truce between the Bloods and Crips gangs, concluding with the destructive conditions that have persisted to the present.
The Controlled Retracting Injection Point (Crip) technique is an advanced underground coal gasification production method that relies on long-reach and horizontal drilling technology borrowed from the oil and gas industry.
We stole the name Crip Slam from someone else, with their permission.
Homicides Granger-cause total gang membership, along with Crip and Hispanic gang membership.
CHICAGO: It used to be known as Disability Culture Sundays, but Victory Gardens Theater's weekend series has returned for its second year under what the theatre's Access Project coordinator, Mike Ervin, calls a "new, more bawdy" name: Crip Slam Sundays.
The following represent only a tiny fraction of the known street gangs: ABC (Acacia Block Crip); ADC (Atlantic Drive Crip); ECC (East Coast Crip); NHC (Neighborhood Crip); SBC (Santana Block Crip); DLB (Denver Lanes Blood); ESP (Elm Street Piru); FTP (Fruit Town Piru); WSP (West Side Piru); BGD (Black Gangster Disciple); GD (Gangster Disciple); VL (Vice Lord); CVL (Conservative Vice Lord); LK (Latin King); ALKQN (Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation); BGL (Bell Garden Loco); VN (Varrio Norwalk); WF (White Fence); OLB (Oriental Lazy Boyz); and TRG (Tiny Rascal Gang).
This was a hard lesson for Aqeela Sherrills and Calvin Hodges of the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, where Sherrills was a Crip and Hodges was a Blood.
Handicapped dancers like the one-armed, one-legged "Crip" Heard and wooden-legged "Peg Leg" Bates plied their physical, challenges as novelties.
Marc Thomas replied with a penalty for Nuns, but either side of the interval Crip kicked two more penalties and converted flanker Nigel Richardson's try.
Different sets might prefer to be called a Crip or a Blood, instead of a gang member.