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Things crime often describes (“crime ________”)
areas, scene, prevention, area, neighborhoods, relationship, control, connection, neighborhood, victims, rate, legislation, statistics, curve, figures, fighting, laws, campaign, rates, groups, victim, stories, measures, detection, program, notes, bill, cases, trials, problem, activities, reports, breeding, campaigns, link, fighters, programs, story, unit, investigator, books, officers, law, efforts, reduction, nexus, book, wave, causation, policies, communities, fiction, commission, investigation, narratives, writers, figure, reporting, section, investigations, team, lab, drive, bills, initiatives, punishment, writer, chronology, units, connections, doctor, against, news, victimization, free, association, offenders, squad, families, syndicates, curves, relation, relationships, crusade, district, crimes, districts, drama, syndicate, investigators

How crime often is described (“________ crime”)
violent, serious, great, heinous, juvenile, collar, only, political, terrible, petty, greatest, real, international, alleged, horrible, greater, corporate, particular, federal, atrocious, infamous, related, less, worst, transnational, perfect, unpardonable, actual, ordinary, urban, sexual, monstrous, female, grave, dreadful, awful, adult, hideous, abominable, foul, organised, lesser, horrid, enormous, worse, minor, victimless, double, reported, unnatural, brutal, punishable, unforgivable, agrarian, dastardly, cyber, fearful, ultimate, unspeakable, recorded

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See crime used in context: 100+ rhymes, 12 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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