a military captive of the united states with no freedoms, rights or privileges. the nomenclature derived from a series of controversial acts p-ssed by the bush administration (in particularly the patriot act), under which such “enemy combatants” are neither accused criminals with const-tutional rights, nor war prisoners subject to geneva conventions.
no, he does not have a right to a lawyer or a speedy trial. he does not have the right not be tortured either. he’s an enemy combatant, not a pow or accused criminal.
an enemy i got shot by the enemigos
a girl that likes the bbc. hey bob did u see zilio yeah johny she was chasing the bbc
being grounded (used in scotland by ‘neds’) i canny come oot cos am snibbed when your grounded “i would come but i’m snibbed”
v. to poodle, having poodled, or to engage in poodling. 1.to worry incessantly over the unknown, characterized by clasping and unclasping the hands, tapping fingers together over and over again, and raising the eyebrows thus furrowing the brow. 2.to approach minutia with extreme trepidation. from early 19th cen. german ‘pudelhÿng’ my wife’s getting a nose […]
an animal of the canine variety. aww, look at that cute poogans over there! oh my he’s dead! there are no provided examples of poogan