G-man


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G-man

1. US slang an FBI agent
2. Irish a political detective
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Bale lacks star quality as FBI G-Man Purvis Fur lady.
As for his next label-defying turn as the 1930s G-man, Bale channeled that professional focus into scrupulous preparation.
If none of those is adventurous enough for you, how about a career as a G-man or a spy?
Reichlin is British, and his American accents are occasionally over the top, particularly in the case of the powerful but obnoxious G-man, Joe Leapman, who sounds like he'd never pass a Civil Service exam.
Further, said the anonymous G-man, "based on the author's interpretation of comments made by various CWG protestors, CWG also advocates a communist distribution of resources.
With the help of very special guests Sage, G-Man, Whitey, Melissa and Slob, many claim it's their best pour yet.
Half-Life 2 begins with an eerie dream sequence in which the G-man appears, waking you from your slumber, before informing you that your time has come again.
It's a perfect fit for the most booze-soaked city on earth, and before long Rickey and G-man have the backing of a wealthy but slightly unhinged restaurateur.
Prior to its takeover by Nobel, it was called AB G-man, derived from its original name of E.
More than 20 robots are competing in the event, including Dantomkia, Chip, G-Man, Hell's Teeth, Thor, T-Bone, Ripper 3 and Daventry's own Kan-Opener.