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FBI video of undercover sting on Marion Barry

November 23, 2014 | 11:17 AM ESTFBI footage shows former D.C. mayor Marion Barry smoking crack cocaine in a hotel room on Jan. 18, 1990, followed by his arrest on drug possession charges.




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Definition of setup

 (Entry 1 of 2)1acarriage of the bodyespeciallyerect and soldierly bearingbCONSTITUTIONMAKEUP2athe assembly and arrangement of the tools and apparatus required for the performance of an operationbthe preparation and adjustment of machines for an assigned task3aa table settingbglass, ice, and mixer served to patrons who supply their own liquor4aa camera position from which a scene is filmedalsothe footage taken from one camera positionbthe final arrangement of the scenery and properties for a scene of a theatrical or cinematic production5aa position of the balls in billiards or pool from which it is easy to scoreba task or contest purposely made easycsomething easy to get or accomplishdsomething (such as a plot) that has been constructed or contrivedethe execution of a planned scoring play in sports6athe manner in which the elements or components of a machine, apparatus, or system are arranged, designed, or assembledbthe patterns within which political, social, or administrative forces operate customary or established practice7PROJECTPLAN8something done by deceit or trickery in order to compromise or frame someone

set upverbset upsetting upsets up

Definition of set up (Entry 2 of 2)

transitive verb1ato raise to and place in a high positionbto place in view POSTcto put forward (something, such as a plan) for acceptance2ato place upright ERECTset up a statuebto assemble the parts of and erect in positioncto put (a machine) in readiness or adjustment for an operation3aCAUSECREATEset up a clamorbBRING ABOUT4to place in power or in officeset up the general as dictator5ato raise from depression ELATEGRATIFYbto make proud or vain6ato put forward or extol as a modelbto claim oneself to besets himself up as an authority7FOUNDINAUGURATE8ato provide with means of making a livingset him up in businessbto bring or restore to normal healthcto cause (one) to take on a soldierly or athletic appearance especially through drill9to erect (a perpendicular or a figure) on a base in a drawing10ato make taut (a stay or hawser)bto tighten firmly11to make carefully worked out plans forset up a bank robbery12ato pay for (drinks)bto treat (someone) to something13ato put in a compromising or dangerous position usually by trickery or deceitbFRAME sense 314to execute one or more plays in preparation for scoring

intransitive verb1: to come into active operation or use2: to begin business3: to make pretensionshas never set up to be a wise man— Thomas Rogers4: to become firmset up housekeeping: to establish one’s living quarters set up shop: to start a business or activity in a particular place

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