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  1. Convicted

    of Convict

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  1. Convicted

    Convicted is an American crime film noir directed by Henry Levin and written by Seton I. Miller, Fred Niblo, Jr., and William Bowers, based on a play written by Martin Flavin. The drama features Glenn Ford, Broderick Crawford, among others.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of convicted in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of convicted in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of convicted in a Sentence

  1. Polly Neate:

    The club has a responsibility to look at who it is hiring in high-profile positions, and consider whether a convicted rapist, who continues to protest that he's done nothing wrong and whose case has attracted widespread victim-blaming language, is someone that they want to be representing their brand, it's important that high profile institutions take a stand about the seriousness of rape as a crime, and do not in any way condone the blaming of victims of rape, or participate in a culture which trivializes violence against women.

  2. Adam Skaggs:

    The Constitutional right to keep and bear arms does not mean that convicted felons, that other very dangerous people, have the same rights to carry deadly weapons in public that law-abiding Americans do, and background checks are simply a very simple means of ensuring that guns and in California's case, ammunition, don't fall into dangerous hands.

  3. Joseph Bonavolonta:

    Usma Acosta is a convicted cold-blooded killer who thought Usma Acosta could evade justice by entering the United States and creating a new identity for Usma Acosta so Usma Acosta could live under the radar. Usma Acosta needs to face justice for what Usma Acosta did, and today's arrest ensures that Usma Acosta will.

  4. Shaker Aziz:

    Prison authorities tell us: 'Ninety percent of inmates are convicted on drug charges, stop sending them.' So we keep them here.

  5. Mr Charles:

    If having a place to live and a job to work are essential for every citizen, why would that not be the essential case for every citizens, regardless of being a past convicted felon ?

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