G-man


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G-man

1. US slang an FBI agent
2. Irish a political detective
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the It is 30 years ago this month that the band released their debut album Squirrel and G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People Plastic Face Carnt Smile (White Out), which they'll tour around the UK later this year, including a gig in Glasgow in December.
It comes on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the band's debut album Squirrel And G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People Plastic Face Carnt Smile (White Out).
It was just a long windup for Mica to call Comey's decision "choreographed." It brought forth Comey at his G-Man best: "Look me in the eye and listen to what I'm about to say.
James "G-Man" Doyle, an Air Force Reserve pilot with the 514th Flight Test Squadron, was taking off on a functional test flight in an A-10C Thunderbolt II when he realized something was wrong.
IN FACT HE WAS JOKING TO ME THE OTHER DAY...HE SAID: "G-MAN, HAVE YOU HEARD THE ONE ABOUT..."
G-MAN Gateshead chairman Graham Wood (above) at an empty International Stadium (top)
Mueller's presentation, “4G meets the G-Man: The Use of Wireless Tablets, Smart Phones, and Multimedia Communications in Law Enforcement,” will give an in-depth look at the use of wireless devices for law enforcement officers.
Rachel performs across the UK as a solo artist but will perform with her younger brother Greg MacDonald as part of Rachel Mac & The G-Man.
"In our recent study," the G-man said, "4o percent of mortgage loan fraud suspicious activity reports ...
Also on hand are Jennifer Laura Thompson ("Urinetown"), forced to give an evening-long Madeline Kahn impersonation; Robyn Hurder, as a friendly flapper; and Stanley Wayne Mathis as a G-man searching for the booze.
He was an early publicity innovator, creating a mythologized "G-Man" -- not to mention an exaggerated Hoover.
He scoured old photographs and YouTube videos for insight into the always guarded G-Man.