Examples of ringleader in a Sentence
the ringleader of a gang of criminals
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Schiff’s Beethoven was very much in the post-Mozartean mode: classical in sound and style, rather than looking ahead to Beethoven as ringleader of the Romantic revolution.
John Kelly, 54 of Sacramento, Calif., was named by prosecutors as a ringleader of the marijuana operation.
Strangely, this puts the alt-right ringleader on the same team as Massachusetts liberals, who recently voted 134-55 to put a millionaire tax—a new tax on all income earned over $1 million—on the 2018 ballot.
Most college football recruiting classes have a ringleader or two that work hard to add to their future program's Signing Day haul.
Prosecutors are expected to portray Mr. Khatalla as a ringleader of a local militia of Islamic extremists who was angry about the American presence in Benghazi and played a leading role in directing the attacks.
Authorities said that Kokoraleis, along with his older brother Andrew, Edward Spreitzer, and the ringleader of the group Robin Gecht targeted women in the Chicagoland area between May 1981 and September 1982.
According to later courtroom testimony, the 5-foot-4 Mr. Lester was a ringleader of a dozen white teenagers who jumped into three cars and ambushed the black men at a nearby pizza parlor.
Holly Hays/IndyStar An Indianapolis man accused of being the ringleader of a group that distributed heroin and methamphetamine was sentenced to 30 years Friday, the U.S. attorney's office announced.
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