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  • n. Plural form of mug shot.


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  • Sergeant Mok's going through all our mug shots now and I've got one of my lads doing an Identi-Kit on him — I think I even saw the sod myself.

    Noble House

  • The telephoto equipment he had borrowed enabled him to get some candid if unsteady mug shots of the hairless Frenchman, who was just then looking even more woeful than usual owing to the sensation of complete inadequacy that had engulfed his digestive organs from the very first seconds of the Candecour's motion.

    Salvage for the Saint

  • LaGuerta handed out some very sinister-looking mug shots of Daryll Earl stapled to those new glossy shots of herself investigating a $250-an-hour high-fashion photographer on South Beach.

    Darkly Dreaming Dexter

  • Duncan had barged in unannounced to find Savich in the company of a woman later identified by mug shots as Lucille Jones, who was on her knees fellating him.



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