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.
Bydd Geraint Jarman, Maffia Mr Huws a Celt ymhlith yr artistiaid.
Forrest Gherlone, Mike Zylstra, and Cece Vohs Cimino of Cornish & Carey Commercial Newmark Knight Frank's Walnut Creek office together with Michael Maffia and Putnam Daily of Newmark Knight Frank Cornish & Carey Commercial's Leased Investment Group - Maffia Team, represented both Deerfield and Prometheus in the sale transaction.
At the start of the last decade, So Solid Crew were the original gangstas of UK rap with sole, super-stylish, female member Lisa Maffia as their sexy secret weapon.
Mel B, Tinchy Stryder, Lisa Maffia and Jamelia were just some of the stars who turned up to the premiere of Dead Man Running in London's Leicester Square on Thursday night.
Now friend and So Solid Crew singer Lisa Maffia has hit out at her critics, claiming people just fear change.
In 2001, Joseph Maffia joined Piunola's team, which now is the exclusive leasing agent for approximately 700,000 s/f at JFK, and has closed transactions at BWI, CVG, IND, LAX, ORD, SFO, and PVD airports.
And as an actor she's kissed Sarah Jessica Parker and Roma Maffia.
Morissette on kissing Nip/Tuck costar Roma Maffia, to Entertainment
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. Irish!