Gang refers to an ongoing loosely organized association of three or more persons, whether formal or informal, that has a common name, signs , symbols, or colors, whose members engage, either individually or collectively, in violent or other forms of illegal behavior.

Siehe auch:
"Gang" findet sich im UNSPSC Code "41103412"
  Beheizter Gang in Umwelt- und Wachstumskammern

List of books: Gang

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