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Liquidation (miniseries) - Plot Summary - Episode 14
... Anatoly Zhivchik, Chekan’s assistant, hands out Red Army uniforms and weapons to various gang members, enabling them to pose as military personnel as part of Krechetov’s plan ... Victor Platov rendezvous with the forest gangs, handing out uniforms to them as well ... of snipers and machine-gunners, intercepts three trucks with the disguised forest gang members ...
Aomori Nebuta Matsuri - Karasu-zoku Issue
... "crow gang") refers to groups of vagrant participants who try to disrupt the festival ... formal haneto costumes, leading to the nickname "crow gang" or simply, "crows." The group may also be called "crow haneto," but their appearance and actions are not ... not viewed as a serious problem, but their actions became more malicious as bōsōzoku members began to join their ranks ...
Tsuppari Wars - Gameplay - Strategy
... Once the main gang leader is defeated in either Tsuppari Wars (ツッパリウォーズ?) or Tsuppari Suku (ツッパリスク?) mode, the remaining members of the gang switch membership ... with a number describing the strength of the "neutral gangs." These "neutral gangs" will attempt to defend their turf ... In order for a gang with colors (red, blue, or green) to use the land as their own, they must eliminate all the gangsters in that territory ...
Surf Culture - Localism - Surf Gangs - Bra Boys
... The Bra Boys are a popular surf gang founded in Maroubra, a beachside suburb in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, Australia ... a documentary about the bonds and struggles of the many gang members ... the slang word for brother, and as a reference to the gang's home suburb, Maroubra ...

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