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GEORGE STEPHEN
GANG BOSS DUTCH SCHULTZ
STRATEMEYER SYNDICATE
CREATORS SYNDICATE
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INDIA
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OFFERING
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MARIA
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AUCTION
GANG
NANCY
TYRA BANKS
MEMBERS
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MURDOCH
BUSINESSMEN
STARFLEET
SYNDICATION
RSS
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CARTOONISTS
LUCIANO
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SIEGEL
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Syndicate"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A syndicate is appointed composed of Ernest Savard, president, as well as Maurice Forget and Louis Gélinas as principle directors to manage the Canadiens. (Web site)
  2. The syndicate was founded in 1910 by Edward Stratemeyer, the originator of the "Nancy Drew" and other adventure series. (Web site)
  3. How the syndicate is run is of far more importance, because the most pernicious type of inequality from the anarchist standpoint is inequality of power, i.e.
  4. A crime syndicate is making things very difficult for struggling reggae musicians. (Web site)
  5. Creators Syndicate is an international syndication company that represents cartoonists and columnists of the highest caliber.

George Stephen

  1. In 1880, George Stephen approached Tupper on behalf of a syndicate and asked to be allowed to take over construction of the railway.

Gang Boss Dutch Schultz

  1. One of the more famous victims was gang boss Dutch Schultz, who had defied the syndicate.

Stratemeyer Syndicate

  1. The characters were conceived in 1926 by Edward Stratemeyer, founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, a book-packaging firm.

Creators Syndicate

  1. Michelle Malkin is a nationally syndicated columnist for Creators Syndicate.
  2. Michelle Malkin is a nationally syndicated opinion columnist whose work is distributed by Creators Syndicate.

National Crime Syndicate

  1. Now let's hear no more about it!" When Lucky Luciano and Meyer Lansky organized the National Crime Syndicate that year, they considered Nitti a human cipher.
  2. Mobsters is a 1991 crime drama detailing the creation of the National Crime Syndicate. (Web site)

India

  1. Syndicate Bank sponsored the first regional rural bank in India by name Prathama Grameena Bank.

Contract

  1. On October 21, 1880, a new syndicate, unrelated to Hugh Allan's, signed a contract with the Macdonald government.
  2. The issuer will award the contract to the underwriting syndicate who bids the best price or most advantageous terms.

Offering

  1. The offering was underwritten by a syndicate of underwriters jointly led by CIBC World Markets Inc.

Games

  1. ESPN Regional Television will syndicate the remaining eight games for coverage on ESPN360.com and ESPN FULL COURT, as well as in the Big 12 markets.

Connection

  1. The statute allows prosecutors to seek tougher sentences for mobsters if they can prove a connection to a criminal organization or syndicate. (Web site)

Article

  1. In this article you'll learn how to syndicate your own custom RSS feeds using PHP and MySQL.
  2. Friends of ours: Sam Giancana An article on White House Scandals would not be complete unless it mentioned the Chicago Syndicate. (Web site)

Project

  1. Joschka Fischer writes a monthly commentary series, "The Rebel Realist", for Project Syndicate, a non-profit association of newspapers around the world. (Web site)
  2. The aim of the project was for the syndicate of councils to incorporate Capgemini's leading edge IT solution, while sharing the overall cost between them.
  3. The 'Pirates' campaign will be project managed by Richard Brisius and his Atlant Ocean Racing syndicate.

Hood

  1. The Hood and his Syndicate of New York's majority criminal roster are seen watching live coverage of the Skrull Invasion on television, in Brooklyn. (Web site)

Country

  1. Kerala University is the first University in the country (India) to provide a student representative to the Syndicate. (Web site)
  2. In 1931, Milano joined the National Crime Syndicate with many powerful criminals around the country, such as Charlie Luciano and Meyer Lansky.

Town

  1. Stander died 1896 and is buried in Standerton.A syndicate bought the farm in 1875 from Stander and the town was proclaimed on 14 December 1878. (Web site)

Underworld

  1. The Syndicate that rules the underworld and has connections in the highest political places had lost its first major figure to the Law. (Web site)
  2. But before prohibition there was no national crime syndicate and hardly any organization at all in the underworld.

Comics

  1. King Features Syndicate is the world's premier distributor of comics, syndicated columns, editorial cartoons, puzzles and games.

Strip

  1. As Doonesbury, the strip debuted as a daily strip in about two dozen newspapers on October 26, 1970, the first strip from the Universal Press Syndicate.

Crime Syndicate

  1. But Nixon had also accumulated strong connections with members of the crime syndicate, the Vatican hierarchy, defense industries and known nazis. (Web site)
  2. Investigators also searched premises belonging to a crime syndicate known as the Inagawa-kai in Yokohama in connection with the incident, Kyodo said.

Murder

  1. Harry Strauss, more popularly known as Pittsburgh Phil, was a member of a crime syndicate known as Murder Incorporated. (Web site)
  2. Longing revenge for the murder of his parents he becomes Skull Man, a shadowy crusader who battles The Syndicate and its evil leader Rasputin. (Web site)

Team

  1. His estate sold the team to a syndicate headed by longtime team president Bill Tobin.

Maria

  1. When he finds out custody over Maria has been taken by Millennion, the largest mafia syndicate in town, he and Harry decide to join the syndicate. (Web site)

Company

  1. Once you join a syndicate, you can avail the facility of the valuable advice and support of the company and an efficient team of networkers.
  2. The UK patent rights to the Gottlieb Daimler's engine were purchased in 1893 by Frederick Simms, who formed a new company, the "Daimler Motor Syndicate".
  3. Simms bought the patent rights for the engine and in 1893 he founded a company, The Daimler Motor Syndicate Ltd, to build boats using the engine.

Anarchists

  1. As anarchists do not hold such an idea, wage differences in an otherwise anarchistically organised syndicate do not indicate a lack of equality.

Auction

  1. As the Owl hasn't gained permission from his new crime syndicate, The Hood decides to gatecrash the auction.

Gang

  1. Headquartered in the western city of Kobe, the gang is named after Harukichi Yamaguchi who established the syndicate with about 50 stevedores in 1915.
  2. The gang started picking up murder contracts from the National Crime Syndicate with the help of Syndicate Board Member Joe Adonis.

Nancy

  1. Carolyn Keene is the pseudonym of the authors of the Nancy Drew mystery series, published by the Stratemeyer Syndicate.

Tyra Banks

  1. Tyra Banks is shrinking her syndicate.

Members

  1. Hoping to keep the violence from escalating, police on Wednesday arrested two members of a gang that belongs to the Sumiyoshi-kai syndicate.
  2. The price at which members of an underwriting syndicate for a new issue will offer securities to investors. (Web site)
  3. The members of this syndicate are the Ile-de-France region and the eight departments of this region.

Staff Members

  1. In 1920, he headed a syndicate of illustrators, writers, and staff members, and bought Life magazine at auction with Gibson having the controlling shares.

Murdoch

  1. Murdoch purchased the West Australian in 1926 as part of a syndicate, which he sold in the early 1930s.

Businessmen

  1. Matt Winn of Louisville put together a syndicate of businessmen to acquire the facility. (Web site)

Starfleet

  1. The Syndicate even had operatives on Earth and, for a time, in Starfleet. (Web site)
  2. He also agrees to open a dialogue between Starfleet and the Orion Syndicate. (Web site)

Syndication

  1. Diesel Sweeties is scheduled to begin syndication as a newspaper comic strip in association with United Feature Syndicate on January 8, 2007. (Web site)

Rss

  1. RSS feeds are also used to syndicate your sales message and content. (Web site)

Newspapers

  1. Since 2005, TOKYOPOP has provided a rotating selection of manga to Universal Press Syndicate, which distributes comics and columns globally to newspapers. (Web site)
  2. Art Comics is a daily features syndicate for the internet providing comic strips to publications, newspapers, and home pages six days a week.
  3. Starting on January 8, 2007 Diesel Sweeties is going to be running in newspapers through United Feature Syndicate.

Cartoonists

  1. On the panel were usually cartoonists who were working for the syndicate. (Web site)
  2. To find out more about Alexander Cockburn and read features by other columnists and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.
  3. This is the compendium of cartoonists offered by King Features Syndicate in 1949.

Luciano

  1. This allowed Luciano to form his Syndicate with help from national crime figures, Frank Costello and Al Capone.
  2. But not so strange was the fact that after the conviction of Luciano, Meyer Lansky was named "boss of all bosses" in the national crime syndicate.

Syndicated

  1. Safe Havens is a comic strip drawn by cartoonist Bill Holbrook and syndicated by King Features Syndicate.

Siegel

  1. But business is never personal, and he approved the murder of his best friend Bugsy Siegel when Siegel was unable to produce profits for the Syndicate.
  2. In 1937, the East Coast mob sent Siegel to California to develop syndicate gambling rackets with Los Angeles mobster Jack Dragna.

Mobsters

  1. The Syndicate US mobsters with gambling casinos in Havana, Cuba and the Caribbean; headed by Meyer Lansky and his lieutenant Santo Trafficante. (Web site)
  2. It was probably Lucky Luciano and the other mobsters who made up the "Syndicate" that controlled organized crime in New York and elsewhere. (Web site)
  3. Bugsy had been sent to California by mobsters to try to open a syndicate in the West.

Syndicate

  1. Rupert Murdoch put together a syndicate of newspapers in his country before beginning to buy foreign papers.
  2. The cost of buying a comic strip from a syndicate hasn't risen significantly since sometime in the 70s. (Web site)
  3. The new syndicate included such important mobsters among its governing directors as Lansky, Joe Adonis, Dutch Schultz, Louis Lepke and Frank Costello. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Criminal Law > Crime > Criminals > Mobsters
  2. Syndicated
  3. Luciano
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