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trouble

a. political unrest or public disturbances
b. the Troubles political violence in Ireland during the 1920s or in Northern Ireland since the late 1960s
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As told by Earl in his semiliterate slang, Troublemaker is a complexly woven narrative that veers back and forth in time.
Under the act, banned troublemakers who return to a pub on three or more occasions can be arrested and charged with harassment.
From start to finish, Troublemaker Studios made use of a unique combination of AMD's graphics and computing technologies to bring the film to life, pioneering new special effects techniques while cutting down on production time and cost.
These figures illustrated the tougher policy adopted, under pressure from the public, by the police who, in the past, were reluctant to arrest too many troublemakers.
should have a clear understanding that Lee Teng-hui has been a troublemaker to the China-U.
If a remote troublemaker attempts a break-in with the wrong code just once, the device disconnects the computer from its network.
El Nino--which literally means "the boy" in Spanish--is a troublemaker.
AMD (NYSE: AMD) announced that Troublemaker Studios utilized Six-Core AMD Opteron[TM] processors and ATI FirePro[TM] graphics accelerators to create animations and special effects for the new film "Predators," now in theaters.
Our police should have powers to go straight to a magistrate and get an order against that troublemaker, confining them to their homes for up to a month - except for during school hours.
J wilcox has written to Viewpoints about the manslaughter of Paul Barnes and says of Robert Chambers, who killed Paul: 'To the best of my knowledge this is a lad who has never been in trouble with the police and never been a known troublemaker.
That trait -- coupled with the lack of a good animal model in which to test candidate vaccines -- has impeded the search for a shot that could help the immune system repel the tick-borne troublemaker.
There are themes of drugs, gender identity, and sexuality in Troublemaker and Other Saints.