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sheen

dated slang A car. An informal abbreviation of "machine." Look at the spiffy new sheen Charlie is driving! The very first day I take my sheen out of storage, and some dirtbag scratches it up with their keys.

sheen

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n. a car. (From machine.) You have one fine sheen there.
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The Catholic Diocese of Peoria said that Bishop Daniel Jenky was "grateful" the archdiocese has now agreed to move Sheen's remains.
Sheen is well known for his social activism and has launched campaigns against pay day loans, supported the NHS and called for more support for the Tata Steel workers in his home town of Port Talbot.
Sheen married Richards in 2002, splitting up in 2006, while he wed Mueller in 2008, with the two getting divorced in 2011.
Earlier this week, (http://www.tmz.com/2018/06/12/charlie-sheen-hiv-exposed-lawsuit-alleged-victim-nda/) TMZ found court documents from the plaintiff's party, saying that Sheen forced her into signing an agreement so they could have unprotected sex.
This article will address Sheen's anti-communism within the context of his widespread popularity and influence on the evolving culture of the Cold War.
Charlie Sheen (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)
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Sheen, 50, told the Today programme he had informed every lover since he was diagnosed.
He answers: "You shouldn't want to." The recording comes as ex-lovers disputed Sheen's claims he has only had unprotected sex twice in his life.
Sheen rose to fame in films such as Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Wall Street and was once the highest paid actor on television for his sitcom Two and a Half Men.
Around the same time, NBC announced Sheen's scheduled Today appearance.
NBC said in a statement on Monday that Sheen, 50, would make an announcement in a live interview on its morning Today show.
Sheen's historic focus on the potential of the church to bring peace and social justice is inspiring in this book written by a believer, for believers.