- n. someone who can be employed as a detective to collect information
“He had spent four weeks designing the pin-sized cameras and encrypted video surveillance and alarm system for an art storage facility belonging to a billionaire philanthropist by the name of Shamus Hennicot.”
“And Louise, having read Forcing Amaryllis, there is no doubt that the Shamus is the first of many in what promises to be a very nice and award-filled career.”
“Cris 'Shamus' Landefeld: You know, I'm not entirely sure this characterization is entirely correct.”
“Shamus Jones the pickle man didn't think about seeking a federal small business loan or turn to a bank to finance his start-up and neither did Kim Pham when she opened the Kalesia Tea Shop in Tampa, which became both a successful business and a hub for charitable community activities.”
“Shamus Jones, one of our favorite shifter, responded to a terrible job market by starting a pickle company -- Brooklyn Brine -- that required him to work all night long in a restaurant kitchen where he was allowed to process cukes after hours.”
“We wanted to hit something that really let what was in the jar speak for itself," says owner Shamus Jones , who sells his goods to stores like Whole Foods, Williams-Sonoma and small specialty stores.”
“Shamus, Anthony, and the Edgar in one year. (way cool!)”
“Shamus Award-winning Ure's third mystery (after Forcing Amaryllis and The Fault Tree) is perhaps her finest effort to date.”
“Thanks to Wizard Entertainment Chairman Gareb Shamus, you can see Dave Gibbons 'original Watchmen cover art on public display for first time ever. io9 gives us a spoilery look at what's on Watchmen's cutting room floor.”
“Shamus, it should surprise you that people choose to pay for something that gives them little or no value.”
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