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thug

(formerly) a member of an organization of robbers and assassins in India who typically strangled their victims
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In April 2015, Young Thug was involved in the Southern hip-hop beef (http://www.
This happens most of the times on the corridors outside Kassmart Supermarket and Macvast Hotel where the thugs disguise as passers-by in the rush hour commotion and steal from those rushing to board matatus on their way home," said Teresa Wambui, a victim.
Thugs of Hindostan, which also stars Aamir Khan, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Katrina Kaif, is expected to release in India during Diwali 2018.
Islamist extremists linked with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) are the thugs of our time.
Republican House speaker Paul Ryan's spokesperson found fault with Putin and his whole nation, even adding an adjective: "Russia is a global menace led by adevious thug.
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To us this sends a message out to any thug that you can assault people and because you say sorry that's it all forgiven.
According to Laha Magazine, Bushra stated: "While filming the scenes of 'Tuffahit Adam' at one of the villas in New Egypt, the cast & crew and I were attacked by a thug with a previous criminal record; he threw a Molotov bomb at us.
Like dude said, this is a pathetic cry for attention from a rapper who has the nerve to call himself "Young Thug.
Later, Ali said, Darsh and his group of thugs stormed Al-Masaken, the main street in the village, firing wildly and setting fire to local shops.