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fugitive

Changing in color as a result of lack of permanency in a colored pigment or medium when exposed to air, light, etc.
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Salient features of the Bill: Application before the Special Court for a declaration that an individual is a fugitive economic offender; Attachment of the property of a fugitive economic offender;
Chun, who hid in the country for almost 13 years, (is) a high profile fugitive as no less than the Korean embassy had reported that the latter is listed on top of the order of battle of authorities in Seoul,' Morente said.
The Embassy explained the fugitive defrauded 10,000 victims amounting to US$100 million in a construction investment scam.
ENFAST is a network of police officers available 24/7 who can immediately undertake action to locate and arrest fugitives.
If you have any information about any of the Festive Fugitives, contact Merseyside Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Overall, Blackett's book is a sound, if not wholly innovative, look at the relationship between the Underground Railroad, physical and rhetorical reactions to the 1850 Fugitive Slave Law, and the politics of slavery in the run up to the Civil War.
FIA had registered a case against the fugitive accused.
Fugitive Finder is now available in the Apple App Store as a business app for credentialed law enforcement officers for a USD49 monthly subscription.
They allegedly facilitated the escape to Iran through Karranah village after the families of the fugitives paid for a BD6,000 boat, said the Gulf Daily News report.
These emissions represent "low hanging fruit" for reductions, but capturing fugitive methane emissions can also directly produce saleable gas.
Users can then click a red balloon on the map, which encourages the public not to try and apprehend the fugitive.
Rather than bring the international fugitive to justice, the FBI decided to "discontinue that effort" based on the cost involved.