stool pigeon


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Younger, sexier, better track record, more Because, unlike stool pigeons, I've yet to see one shamelessly pecking the badge.
Stool Pigeon believes that Ester died of "grief," ashamed at the decline of the African American community, and indeed the play suggests that without Ester's spiritual guidance the community will continue its decline into disrepair and disregard for the value of human life.
Police believe the pigeon was meant to represent a stool pigeon - a term for a grass or snitch.
In the 80s, Kid Creole and the Coconuts had a series of hit singles, such as Stool Pigeon and There's Something Wrong In Paradise.
Make sure to try the Stool Pigeon Tagine, the Floating Rikers Island and the Bloody Martha, among other delicacies.
Stool Pigeon begins the play, setting the tone: "The people wandering all over the place.
For our part, having reported this story, the Indications stool pigeon will now be seeking the safety of the federal witness protection program.
HENRY HILL, the mobster turned stool pigeon so memorably played by Ray Liotta in the film Goodfellas, still lives in fear of Mafia reprisals.
Although if you're expecting Kid Creole's hits such as Stool Pigeon, I'm A Wonderful Thing or Annie I'm Not Your Daddy, you'll be disappointed.
Another television teenager, Meadow Soprano, was lucky: Her dad dropped her off at Bates, Bowdoin, and Colby because he had to track down and murder a stool pigeon.