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ROGUE. A French word, which in that language signifies proud, arrogant. In some of the ancient English statutes it means an idle, sturdy beggar, which is its meaning in law. Rogues are usually punished as vagrants. Although the word rogue is a word of reproach, yet to charge one as a rogue is not actionable. 5 Binn. 219. See 2 Dev. 162 Hardin, 529.

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A rogue CEO is recognizable by many aspects of his personality.
The Jack Joyce Scholarship Award was created in 2014 by Columbia Distributing and Rogue Ales in honor of visionary Jack Joyce, for his legacy in the Oregon community and his founding of Rogue Brewery in 1988.
The Nissan Rogue is leading the sales growth pace and has not yet shown us the upper limits of the potential in the market.
Best of all, the Rogue is a recommended buy of Consumer Reports magazine, which puts reliability at average.
We're just planning to experiment (with flavors) and have fun," Rogue President Brett Joyce said.
Rogue became an early craft distiller, making gin, rum, and most lately, single-malt whiskey, in distilleries in Newport and Portland, OR.
To report rogue trad-ers, contact police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Despite these challenges, federal agencies have conducted investigations that have led to convictions, fines and asset seizures from rogue Internet pharmacies as well as from companies that provide services to them.
They are also being handed information booklets with tips to stay safe from cowboys, while signs are being erected in the roads declaring it a 'No Rogue Trader Zone'.
Rogue Wave's development tools and embedded components are designed to help users create error-free applications and optimize memory, processors, and threads in order to maximize the computational power of Cray systems.
Other 'No Rogue Trader Zones' are in place across the Midlands, including parts of Birmingham.
This high demand is a golden opportunity for rogue landlords who are exploiting the desperation of people and leaving them trapped in houses that fail to meet basic living standards and, in some cases, put lives at risk.