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While rituals of tendance and aversion seem mutually exclusive, Harrison examines several Olympian festivals and finds connected to them ceremonies that "have little or nothing to do with the particular Olympian to whom they are supposed to be addressed; that they are not in the main rites of burnt-sacrifice, of joy and feasting and agonistic contests, but rites of a gloomy underworld character, connected mainly with purification and the worship of ghosts.
The informer, allegedly, had been asked to make the purchase by an underworld character, who was serving a prison sentence, and encouraged to do so by YKAN, which presumably wanted to catch the trafficking gang.
Rourke plays Whiplash, a Russian underworld character who takes on Robert Downey Jr's Iron Man.
The Londoner was the first and only underworld character to be rewarded with no jail time at all for informing on his mates who landed a total of 414 years behind bars between them.
Or maybe it could be some nefarious underworld character bristling with fury at being exposed in the National Newspaper of Wales?
In my first spring on the Dodgers beat, Lasorda was reported linked to an underworld character and found his reputation clouded.
One shady Merseyside underworld character is a "long-haul private hire taxi" who, for a large fee, will pick up the families of fugitives on the run from their home and drive them door-to-door, country-to-country, to see their loved one, making sure they are not followed or traced.
When the game turns out to be a set up, Eddie ends up owing half a million pounds to a deadly underworld character, "Hatchet" Harry (P.
One ad titled "The Godfather," mimics a memorable underworld character who offers advice to a man looking to purchase a vehicle for his daughter.
A man was shot in the stomach outside a wake at a West Derby pub, numerous windows were shot through by yobs on scrambler bikes, and a live hand grenade was left on the wall outside the Birkdale home of former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish by would-be bombers who aborted an attack on one of his neighbours, who had become embroiled in a business dispute with shady underworld characters.