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battery pack
 n.— «Brannon was described by a local gang investigator as a “battery pack” within his gang set, a term used to describe a member who is always on the streets, willing to do anything for the gang. The investigator said Brannon has been sent a variety of gang tasks, from murders to decoy tasks.» —“Net widens for accidental fugitive” by Andrew Kitchenman The Times (New Jersey) June 14, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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