Maffia


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Synonyms for Maffia

a crime syndicate in the United States

any tightly knit group of trusted associates

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Bethesda-based Maffia was formed in the 1980s, during a Pesda Roc Festival, and became one of the most popular Welsh bands during the 1980s, and re-formed in 2006.
Roedd hi'n bleser cael cwmni Maffia yn y stiwdio - mae eu cerddoriaeth nhw mor dynn, maen nhw gystal ag erioed.
FORMER So Solid Crew singer Lisa Maffia is making a chart comeback with a stunning new single.
And as an actor she's kissed Sarah Jessica Parker and Roma Maffia.
Morissette on kissing Nip/Tuck costar Roma Maffia, to Entertainment
Also drinking the fine wines and spirits (from Laurent-Perrier champagne to Pine Ridge cabernet to Glenmorangie scotch) and nibbling on tidbits from Sushi Roku, Arnie Morton's and Pink's Hot Dogs were ``Nip/Tuck'' star Roma Maffia, Jennifer Lopez's ex Cris Judd, Broadway darling Marissa Jaret Winokur and comedian Bruce Vilanch.
Readers will discover the many detailed and individual sayings with pertinence to the Irish culture with phrases like Irish Boomerang, Irish sprits measure, and 'Irish' Maffia.
Blonde TV presenter Kate Lawler and So Solid Crew beauty Lisa Maffia are also being sought.
The incredible pool of talented and successful musicians that emerged from Bethesda, from Maffia Mr Huws to the Super Furry Animals, is the subject of Pesda Roc on S4C.
So Solid's Lisa Maffia and Liberty X singer Kevin Simm came second overall - and were also in last night's final.
If he wins he could end up performing alongside top chart acts such as Peter Andre or Lisa Maffia in their latest music videos.
Big Brovas also picked up the best newcomer award while Lisa Maffia won best garage act and Radio 1's Tim Westwood was named best UK radio DJ.
Lisa Maffia, one of the singers with controversial band So Solid Crew, has asked people not to judge them on their violent image.
Lawrence Maffia, Executive Vice President, Investment Company Institute