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Cagney

James. 1899--1986, US film actor, esp in gangster roles; his films include The Public Enemy (1931), Angels with Dirty Faces (1938), The Roaring Twenties (1939), and Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) for which he won an Oscar.
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Urine testing cannot detect impairment, particularly for marijuana, which stays in the body days--even weeks--after use, notes Cagney, who adds that all pre-employment testing is presence testing, not impairment testing.
We isolated the electric supply to the chair and took the mechanism apart - freeing Cagney after about half an hour.
With three decades of insurance industry expertise, most recently Cagney was with Cagney Research Group Inc that he launched in 2007 and served as the principal, overseeing the exchange of information among insurance professionals, as well as between insurance professionals and investors nationwide.
As a location, Wales rivals anywhere in the world and that is a fantastic thing," Mr Cagney said.
Another engine is Peruvian Cagney, which is privately owned and has been restored by its owners following its acquisition in Peru.
Over on Cagney & Lacey, they have a lot more officers on a case even though it's pretty easy to spot the villain.
Sally was a huge Cagney & Lacey fan, and we thought it would be great to have a Cagney & Lacey of Manchester.
During the Depression Warner Brothers earned much of its weekly paycheck with gangster movies in which Jimmy Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, and Edward G.
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