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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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And, if he's telling it straight, not fifteen seconds of his former life spent in juvie or Jackson or anywhere else in these Continental United States.
Darren lives in Toronto's inner city and has just gotten out of juvie after spending two years there on drug charges.
The loopy, lightweight beat by 16-year-old producer Juvie is a perfect frame for the crew's gruff delivery, packed with Southern slang and phrasings as repetitive and tautly rhythmic as drumline exercises, but shot through with energy and steely confidence.
Upon release from juvie, I really felt it didn't matter too much what I did, if they said you did it, you did it, if the white man said you did it, then you did it.
99 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.
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Cineworld, Broad Street, and Cineworld Solihull, Empire Great Park 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.
The thought of the kid rotting in juvie doesn't give me any sense of satisfaction, much less that justice has been done.
Michael Moore's latest movie, Capitalism: A Love Story, tries to link foreclosed homes, underpaid pilots, judges sending kids to juvie hall in exchange for payoffs, and dead workers whose employers collected on life insurance.
All three teenagers are serving time in juvenile detention until they're selected by a man named Douglas Healy, a former juvie himself, to take part in an experimental halfway house in New York City.
BOY A: Juvie lifer has trouble coping with life on the outside.
The book features photos of 26 characters (shot by out photographer Barbara Green and portrayed by Carlip) alongside short bios full of revealing details like "There's only one guy who can make Kim [at right, top] forget about the daughter she had when she was fifteen and in juvie.
The Academy--parents paid the tuition so they could speak of sending their children to the Academy--was a hard-luck private school for grades seven through twelve, and at this point it pretty much took anyone who applied, juvie rap sheet or no.