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history sheeter

history sheeter
 n.— «The words “history sheeter” and “rowdy sheeter” are often used in India to refer to a person who has a long criminal record—someone who has been arrested several times.» —“Know your English” by S. Upendran The Hindu (Chenai, India) July 10, 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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