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Synonyms for jailbird


Synonyms for jailbird

a criminal who has been jailed repeatedly

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Jailbird Charity Dingle surprises Moira Barton with how much she knows
OFFICE worker Emily (Rooney Mara) is crippled with anxiety about the impending release of her jailbird husband, Martin (Channing Tatum) in Side Effects (Channel 4, 9pm, tonight).
JAILBIRD Paris Hilton is suing card giants Hallmark for using a cartoon of her without permission.
The crew of Jailbird 45 was conducting a night general-support mission during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
But shop worker Julie Lewthwaite, who shared her Llanfaes home with the jailbird, said: 'I love him and I want him back
The film focuses squarely on the passionate, often dysfunctional love between the two trigger-happy male lovers in the gang--Angel, a Spanish immigrant with severe schizophrenia, and Nene, a middle-class jailbird.
That's why the jailbird image seems so natural a connection to that brandished tin cup: PBS really seems to have become a prisoner of its own cultural pretensions.
Science dug into her theory that volcanoes blow much bigger holes in the ozone layer than do human chemicals, an idea which delights Limbaugh, and found that much of her information comes from a source funded by supporters of Lyndon LaRouche, a jailbird who keeps running for President with plans to colonize Mars.
When the furious jailbird freaks out, Cain again leaps to Holly's defence.
Kat Moon was distraught when crazed Ronnie grabbed her newborn Tommy from his cot and replaced him with her stillborn child But as our exclusive pictures show, when the shrill-voiced jailbird gets "aaght" from a two-year stretch Kat, played by Jessie Wallace, 41, is there to greet her with sympathy.
Frontman Gillespie delivered a pitch-perfect performance, thundering through an encore of Country Girl, Jailbird and a version of Rocks which almost lifted the roof clean off the big red shed.
For the first time in a long while, hope is in sight for innocent jailbird Ryan Lamb.
Hall, in the guise of his famour redneck jailbird character Otis Lee Crenshaw, won the Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Festival in 2000.
Plus, Chas and Nicola have a food fight and jailbird Lisa puts on a brave face.
The socialite and drink-driving jailbird, who vowed to ditch her bad girl image after three weeks in prison for an alcohol-related reckless driving case, was distressed to hear how six elephants were electrocuted after a booze-fuelled rampage in India.