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    bit of a legend, shotgun

    Hello,

    In the sentences below, what do the words in bold mean?

    Gordon: Special agent Harl Thorpe.
    Thorpe: FBI. You're a bit of a legend, shotgun.
    One detective: My cross to bear, Thorpe.

    Thanks in advance


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    Re: bit of a legend, shotgun

    You're a bit of a legend - You're a renowned person.

    My cross to bear -
    That is my problem.

    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: bit of a legend, shotgun

    Hello,

    and shotgun, what does it mean?

    Thanks

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    Re: bit of a legend, shotgun

    Quote Originally Posted by dilermando View Post
    Hello,

    and shotgun, what does it mean?

    Thanks
    It's probably the nickname of the detective.

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