n.— «He had had his locker “kicked”—broken into—before, but usually managed to retrieve his possessions by appealing to gang members’ OGs, the older “Original Gangsters” who supervise the criminal conduct of their young disciples.…”The proper procedure in prison is when you have a problem with a gangbanger, you talk to their OG,” he testified. “I’m trying to reason with the OGs…because I’m just one person. They just want to beat somebody up.”» —“Gang life at prison on trial in murder case” by Ted Wendling Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) Feb. 27, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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