Definition of 'gangland'
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The murder comes after a series of gangland killings in the city. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His mystery millions have been the focus of a gangland feud. The Sun (2013)Together they're as funny as a gangland execution. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And there were 150 gangland killings in the five years until this year. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The evidence points to a gangland execution but is there a link to a 20-yearold killing? The Sun (2014)It followed the discovery of a charred body last Friday by officers probing a suspected gangland double murder. The Sun (2011)MURDER squad cops yesterday began searching a forest for victims of gangland crime. The Sun (2010)A slacker goes on the run after witnessing a gangland murder. The Sun (2009)But they could have been nabbed for a gangland boss worried about being arrested and keen to have them as bargaining chips for a lower sentence. The Sun (2010)He stars as a hit man who's left in fear for his life after his young son witnesses a gangland killing. The Sun (2010)A gangland boss has claimed he is too poor to pay back his debts to the taxpayer of more than 600,000. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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