stakeout


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stakeout

Slang chiefly US and Canadian
1. a police surveillance of an area, house, or criminal suspect
2. an area or house kept under such surveillance
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Pan left, Russian's ambassador arriving at the stakeout
WorkStudio incorporates Powel's industry leading StakeOut field design application.
On a UFO stakeout in Mexico near Mt Popocatepetl, at one moment we thought we saw a craft and Andrew nearly 'climbed the sky' to see if it was real.
His dad, Jim Cirillo, the living legend of the NYPD Stakeout Squad, had been killed in an auto accident the night before.
Will whiles away many cold, dark stakeout hours talking (just talking) to a wised-up Romanian hooker ("The Departed's" Vera Farmiga, in an amusing but underdeveloped performance).
Powel and Midwest Electric Cooperative Corporation (ECC), an energy distributor in Nebraska, had signed a contract to deploy Powel StakeOut, a complete field operation design and planning system.
In the first large-screen projection we seem to be witnessing a stakeout in the pouring rain by two undercover agents out of some '70s thriller, evoking all the attendant stereotypes and suspense.
He keeps quiet though he realizes his stakeout substantiates no one else entered or left as he would have seen them.
1 of the company's SCS900 Site Controller System is a field software solution for contractors performing site measurements, stakeout, monitoring, and quantification of grading, earthmoving, and surface finishing operations.
The Environment Agency stakeout operation to crack down on illegal tipping in the Vale of Glamorgan centred on Gilbert Gardens, in Cadoxton, Barry.
Sam Houston Electric Cooperative uses MiniMax's StakeOut work order automation system and was able to see LookOut just prior to its release.
After The Real World on March 5, MTV will begin showing the results of its months-long stakeout in Osbourne's Beverly Hills mansion.