American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Capone, Alphonse Known as "Al.” Also called "Scarface.” 1899-1947. Italian-born American gangster who ruthlessly ruled the Chicago underworld and was imprisoned (1931-1939) for tax evasion.
- n. United States gangster who terrorized Chicago during prohibition until arrested for tax evasion (1899-1947)
“Elisa Parisi-Capone is a senior analyst for finance, banking and Western Europe at Roubini Global Economics.”
“Capone is a suspect in a murder investigation complicated by cloning technology.”
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“Ever so often, choosing the alias Capone has its advantages, but never more so than right now.”
“Infernal Affairs style undercover work - another noted episode in "Capone" - and even a fun storyline set within the confines of a poker arena, which affords some welcome humour that can otherwise be found scattered throughout the series in the form of light banter.”
“The emcee, a comedian known as Capone, riles up the audience.”
“But Steve Prokopy aka Capone from AICN in the background staring into the camera was not.”
“Ness called Capone and told him to look outside at a parade of the gangster's confiscated cars, and once at Capone's sentencing.”
“Even more bizarrely, the city of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, is home to Big Al’s Café, a motel called Capone’s Hideaway, and stores full of Capone schlock—coffee mugs, refrigerator magnets, and so on.”
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