bounty hunter

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someone who pursues fugitives or criminals for whom a reward is offered

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a hunter who kills predatory wild animals in order to collect a bounty

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THOUGHTFUL Stacey looks pensive while working on new bounty hunters documentary
It remains to be seen which other bounty hunters will appear in the TV series.
Albayalde's comments were meant to allay fears that PNP personnel would become bounty hunters because of the money that await in exchange for a capture of a policeman who is a drug user, pusher, or a protector of drug syndicates.
n Bounty Hunters is on Sky1 and NOW TV, Wednesdays, 10pm.
Rosie plays the gumchewing, gun-toting New York bounty hunter Nina Morales.
On Thursday, residents along with security officials followed bounty hunters who killed one person day before Yesterday.
Like the zombies in an old horror lm, the bounty hunters feel like a relentless, unstoppable force.
Most bounty hunters have a working relationship with police officers and will sometimes call on them to make the arrest once a fugitive has been located.
Recounted in flashback, Domino (Keira Knightley) relives her first encounter with ex-con Ed Mosbey (Mickey Rourke) and his sexy Latino compadre Choco (Edgar Ramirez) at a seminar for aspiring bounty hunters.
And the less said about a scene where Knightly offers to do a lap dance to help defuse a Mexican stand-off between bounty hunters and gang members the better.
That's about the level of disappointment you'd feel if you missed this semi-truthful story about attractive bounty hunters.
As passed in the House, REAL ID would severely limit immigrants' access to drivers' licenses by imposing federal regulations; give the Secretary of Homeland Security the right to waive laws in order to build more fences along the borders; and empower bounty hunters and bail bondsmen to pursue, arrest, detain--or surrender--immigrants to the Department of Homeland Security if they are thought to be "flight risks."
F/A-18E/F Super Hornets from the VFA-2 Bounty Hunters and the VFA-137 Kestrels conducted these missions and also provided airborne refueling support.