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  1. crimesnoun

    Plural form of crime.

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  1. Crimes

    Crimes is the fourth studio album by the American band The Blood Brothers released on October 12, 2004. It is their second major label album and their first for V2. Produced by John Goodmanson, the album was recorded in two months in the band's home town of Seattle and is currently ranked on Metacritic's list of the 200 best-reviewed albums, with a score of 85.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of crimes in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of crimes in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of crimes in a Sentence

  1. Jim Jordan:

    Our members intend to question Mr. Cohen about the crimes he pleaded guilty to, other criminal activity he participated in but refused to disclose, his international financial dealings, and a long list of other probative activities.

  2. Commission President William Briggs:

    This revised policy will not result in more crimes, or more guns, or more lawlessness in the city of Los Angeles, the current policy harms our Black and Brown communities. The current policy does not stop crime.

  3. Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau:

    Last year we removed a criminal off the street with an illegal gun every five days. That doesn't hit the index crimes because they haven't committed one yet, because of all the things we use -- we use a lot of technology to identify stolen cars, and they're coming into town, so they can steal in town, but we still managed to catch them with traffic stops. It's amazing how many people leave drugs and guns in plain sight, so obviously, that gives you an opportunity to search the vehicle and find things.

  4. President Ashraf Ghani:

    No ransom was paid and no individuals, who have been in Afghan jails because of crimes they have committed, have been exchanged for the release of our countrymen.

  5. Dixon Osburn:

    It's the first proving ground that the Assad regime has engaged in war crimes. He has engaged in a brutal set of crimes against humanity.

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