rogue's gallery


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a coterie of undesirable people

a collection of pictures of criminals

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While Congress remains indifferent to the idea, a rogue's gallery of retired colonels and politicians has answered Moskos' call; and as the push for a draft gathers steam, we see looming administrative head-aches.
The challenge of Art Fraud Detective is to discover the crimes committed by a rogue's gallery of 16 forgers.
A rogue's gallery of 2,000 suspected shoplifters in Birmingham has been collected in a pilot scheme to create a national computerised database of store thieves.
Dorothy Day, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Thomas Merton, Thomas Jefferson, Albert Schweitzer: a rogue's gallery of egocentric charlatans.
Indeed, the House hierarchy is still composed of a rogue's gallery of antigay scolds:
But what makes the film particularly interesting is that Martin Scorsese--the classic director of male-centered, tough-guy films in which women play the usual brutalized roles--sees fit this time to include a woman in his rogue's gallery of lost souls.
This rogue's gallery of unlikely role models from Jesus' parables (and there are many more) are evidence of a good and even somewhat mischievous sense of humor, not the teaching of a pious fraud.
The leading characters in her romances form a rogue's gallery of male superheroes and supervillains whose prowess and virility contrast with the languishing, highly emotional female characters with whom they correspond.
CRIMINALS who plagued the streets of Newcastle in Victorian times are part of a rogue's gallery.
Written in an informal style and occasionally crude tone, this "encyclopedia" offers a rogue's gallery of famous US killings, killers, and other scoundrels.
The rogue's gallery was completed by the sentencing of gym and bar boss Alan Foster, 37, of Blyth, jailed for six and a half years for dealing cocaine.
A rogue's gallery of hucksters and self-styled "inside sources" have dominated the airwaves since reports of a search of Neverland broke, speculating, guessing and fabricating information about an investigation they couldn't possibly know about.
There's a pleasing rapport with David Kelly's curmudgeon lifer and the supporting players relish the chance to flesh out the rogue's gallery of oddballs and thugs.
PUBNET, the scheme to stamp out drink-related violence which incorporates a rogue's gallery of Rugby's troublemakers, will be launched on Monday.
The bulk of The Quest for Community consists of Nisbet demonstrating how a rogue's gallery of political thinkers throughout history (Plato, Hobbes, Bentham, Mill, Locke, Marx, and, especially, Rousseau) have justified an ever more powerful State, and ever less powerful intermediate associations.