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n. (plural of fed English)


Feds is a 1988 American comedy film written and directed by Daniel Goldberg, and starring Rebecca De Mornay and Mary Gross.

Feds (TV series)

Feds was a television series that aired on CBS from March 5, 1997 to April 9, 1997. It was created by Dick Wolf, and starred Blair Brown and Dylan Baker. Michael S. Chernuchin was also an executive producer for the project. The series is notable for being the first show to air in Letter Box (Widescreen) Format in the USA.

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At the same time, EPA Chief Carol Browner says the feds want Big Sugar to fork over a bigger share.

Florida had insisted it would come up with a comprehensive plan to save the Everglades, if only the feds would back off.

It was unheard of for a fed, two feds I guess, to be left alone at a murder scene like this.

For years the cruise lines have been under fire for surreptitiously dumping garbage in the ocean, but the feds have seldom cracked down with the tough fines provided by law.

The feds should either prosecute these guys, or buy them brand new Evinrudes.

On April 2, the feds allegedly handed out a cash payoff to Judge Shenberg.

Meanwhile, the feds intend to retry Sepe, Shenberg and Goodhart on the unresolved Court Broom charges.

While the feds added electoral fraud to their list of recent crimes, Dade Circuit Judge Sidney Shapiro this week ordered a new mayoral vote to be held within 30 days.

Most recently he was indicted by the feds on multiple counts of bank fraud and money laundering.

Once the feds had him by the shorts, Gary offered to share some tricks of the trade, Miami-style.

Of course you would, especially if the state, the city and the feds were sucking up 90 percent of the tab.

Thanks to the feds, they can sell their crop at artificially inflated prices.

In many places, the feds are the only serious obstacle for run-amok developers.

The county screwed up the air-base project so badly that the feds had little choice but to step in and enforce the law.