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    I need to know the defintion for "checkered past". Thank you for your help.

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    Re: definition

    Quote Originally Posted by ceisman View Post
    I need to know the defintion for "checkered past". Thank you for your help.
    Hi, Ceisman!

    Someone with a 'checkered past' has some legal skeletons or other issues in his/her closet that don't jibe with the squeaky clean image that he/she is portraying.

    Cheers,
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    Re: definition

    Quote Originally Posted by ceisman View Post
    I need to know the defintion for "checkered past". Thank you for your help.
    If you don't have a dictionary you can try Dictionary.com. Type in "checkered".

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