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cuff and stuff

cuff and stuff  v.— «They are “cruising for crooks,” or “fishing for felons.” Suspects are “hooked and crooked,” “cuffed and stuffed,” “nailed and jailed,” and they “ride...

cuff and stuff

cuff and stuff  v.— «A weapon from one of the Somalis falls to the ground and is kicked away by one of the MPs. Both Somalis are handcuffed and taken away. “Cuffed and stuffed” as one of the Marines says.» —“On a rooftop...

cuff and stuff

cuff and stuff  v.— «Last year, with the help of police, Turner got an incorrigible trash dumper “cuffed and stuffed.”» —“Junk cars, trashed yards their prey” by Maureen Harrington Denver Post (Colo...

cuff and stuff

cuff and stuff  v.— «“The homeless were cuffed and stuffed into patrol cars,” said attorney Ed Connor. “Not one of them were charged with property crimes.”» —“Complaints Prompted Sweeps, Officer...

learning cottage

learning cottage  n.— «“The big joke around here is we call them ‘learning cottages,’” said Joines, who taught in the same trailer last year, her first in the system.» —“Trailers still needed despite new school” by...

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