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Synonyms for G-man

a special law-enforcement agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Purvis recruits old school G-men like Agent Charles Winstead to provide wise counsel for the inexperienced squad.
coli, and if someone becomes terribly ill from eating one -- a young woman in Minnesota almost died from a Cargill hamburger and will likely never walk again -- nonetheless Republicans remain staunchly opposed to G-men snooping around the slaughterhouse, and so I should never eat another Big Mac or Whopper or any other ground meat other than that ground from whole sirloin by a butcher as I watch.
The G in his G-men seen here could variously stand for gritty, gormless or grey - the latter being Christian Bale's firm-jawed FBI rising star Melvin Purvis, sent by Hoover to hunt down and destroy Dillinger and his gang.
The famed G-Men return in Michael Mann's eagerly anticipated PUBLIC ENEMIES, out July 3.
On and on they went, about Catholicism and the Irish, and the special quality of Irish Catholics as "truth tellers," as people who "get the bad guys"-prosecutors, G-men and journalists.
The forty-year-old Hoag, player-manager for the Class D Gainesville G-Men, begrudged management's decision to recruit fellow journeyman Jake Powell, three year's removed from the majors, because of a slanderous racial comment.
The 10 by 12-foot cabin is the largest of approximately 200 artefacts in the G-Men and Journalists: Top News Stories of the FBI's First Century exhibit, which opened in June.
The lightning rod of controversy decided to skip the victory parade in the Big Apple, missed a visit to the White House and didn't show up for the ceremony where the G-Men received their championship rings.
By the time of his appearance, two of the visitors' G-men, James Graham and Ade Gardner, had crossed for touchdowns.
The G-Men are about to rain on New England's victory parade.
For example, Adon (published 1973-96) was for the college crowd, Samson (from 1982) was for the chubby-chasers, G-Men (from 1995) favored muscled he-men.
Chief Superintendent Jon Hes-keth was flown to the USA to teach the G-men how to deal with tense situations, involving standoffs with killers and hostage-takers.
The old days when cops and G-men solved crimes with grit and shoe leather seem so '90s in today's high-tech age, where the government's latest weapon is forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan.
Gripped by paranoia (and delusion in some cases), HUAC and Hoover's G-men set out to drain America, and its film industry, of anything with the faintest tinge of red.