From the stand, Flemmi mentioned the name of H. Paul Rico, a now-deceased FBI agent of great renown in the annals of the bureau.
But choose someone who is too independent, and you risk creating tensions between the bureau and the White House.
With the case compromised, the bureau had to “jump and collect what we could.”
Since the initial idea hatched, there has been a lot of hand-wringing on Capitol Hill about the bureau.
To Connolly and Morris, Bulger was a TE, or top-echelon informant, the highest designation in the bureau for a snitch.
And there was a pincushion, that was white over pink, on the bureau.
I am writing this on the bureau, so that when I lift my eyes I may see It.
He put the lamp on the bureau, and looked vacantly about him.
Beaufort rose with a desperate effort; he moved to the bureau.
The man at the bureau gave her Lady Sellingworth's note, and she took it up with her to her sitting-room.
1690s, "desk with drawers, writing desk," from French bureau "office; desk, writing table," originally "cloth covering for a desk," from burel "coarse woolen cloth" (as a cover for writing desks), Old French diminutive of bure "dark brown cloth," which is perhaps either from Latin burrus "red," or from Late Latin burra "wool, shaggy garment." Offices being full of such desks, the meaning expanded 1720 to "division of a government." Meaning "chest of drawers" is from 1770, said to be American English but early in British use.