(n.) a court where the outcome is pre-determined by the reputation of the defendant, and the trial shall not be fair. Justiceless. Kangroo courts can swing either way, but oen side of the arguement will be completely disregarded.
was tried in a kangaroo court. Gangland trials were in a kangaroo court.
Coming from the authority directly above you in the chain of command, this simply allows the individual to choose his/her rate of fire and prefered style, whether open or snipe etc.
OK company, they've cleared, reload and fire at will.
hetero vaginal sex. The sound made sounds like knocking boots, unless one of the partners is fat
i knocked boots with your mum
(n.) One who lives ouitside the law, using his or her own morals or religious experience as guidance.
(v.) To declare illegal
Robin hood was an outlaw, as were the early christians in the roman empire
After allowing his chance to become the discoverer of cocaine pass him by, Sigmund Freud was a little pleased at the global decision to outlaw it, meaning he had lost less than he had expected.
One who is in a relationship with another, often means married.
"Sorry ladies, I'm spoken for"
(1854-1880) Infamous Irish-Austrailian bushranger-cum-bank-robber who performed some of the most daring raids in history. He fought the establishment for a republic of Victoria. The last attack he made on the establishment was an attempt to derail a train carrying over 200 police officers. Throughout his time as an outlaw he had become a people's champion. He was a modern-day Robin Hood, and his popularity was such that he thought no-one would betray him.
After decades of great loyalty from the poor, he was betrayed on his greatest mission yet. The train stopped before it could be derailed, and police rushed to the hotel he was staying at. He and three other members of the "Kelly Gang" had made primitive body armour from plough metal. This did little to save his friends, who were shot in armour gaps, such as the crotch (ouch!).
Kelly waded to the forest where he was crossed by 34 armed police. He took them all on in a gunfight, and bullets pierced his armour 27 times. He eventually fell from a loss of blood, and was nursed back to health before his execution. On the scaffold he said "such is life", as the noose was tied.
He is best remembered for being an outlaw, a hardman and being the early pioneer of bullet-proof body armour.
Did anyone see that "reckless kelly" movie with yahoo serious?
yes, he's a...nevermind.
(n.) The writer, one who writes. The source.
I am the author of this definition
Charles Dickens was the author of "Oliver Twist"