Definition of 'crime fighting'
Example sentences containing 'crime fighting'
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London has a new crime-fighting superhero. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Few of us are crime-fighting superheroes. Christianity Today (2000)Is this a new crime-fighting duo? The Sun (2015)I was feeling less like the crime-fighting superhero by the minute. Times, Sunday Times (2013)America's crime-fighting agency detailed cases of staff wrongdoing over the past year in a leaked quarterly report. The Sun (2013)When the charming conman offers to help crack a tough case, the two men team up as a reluctant crime-fighting duo. The Sun (2010)But there should be no complaints about the extreme detail with which the crime-fighting agency is reviewing its conduct over the past 12 months. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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