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fugitive

fyooh juh tiv

  • n  someone who flees from an uncongenial situation
    fugitives from the sweatshops
  • n  someone who is sought by law officers; someone trying to elude justice
  • s  lasting for a markedly brief time
    fugitive hours

  • The counterculture guru and notorious fugitive arrived in Friday morning in Philadelphia, where he faces a retrial he was convicted in absentia in 1993 of the brutal 1977 .
  • On the contrary, Noorzai, a confidant of the fugitive Taliban overlord, who is a well-known ally of Osama bin Laden's, says he had been invited to Manhattan to prove that he could .
  • Before he was nabbed last year, Provenzano lasted a decade as Italy's most-wanted fugitive.
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  • Charles Schumer in Forbes
    What the American people are looking for is not a blame game, but who is trying to clean it up,Schumer said. "For six years, there was no ethics reform." "Nobody knew he was a fugitive. When we found out something is wrong, we...
  • Hayward Morse in USA Today
    He thought it was a good show - well filmed, well directed and well acted,Hayward Morse said. "He had nothing disparaging to say about The Fugitive. "
  • Davy Crockett in FOXNews
    She is bold to put herself on worldwide television,Crockett said. "She must know she's a fugitive in at least one state."

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