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    stake·out
    /ˈstākout/

    noun

    • 1. a period of secret surveillance of a building or an area by police in order to observe someone's activities: informal "they were looking for a vantage point for a stakeout"
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  3. stakeout: [noun] a surveillance maintained by the police of an area or a person suspected of criminal activity.

  4. Aug 05, 1987 · Stakeout: Directed by John Badham. With Richard Dreyfuss, Emilio Estevez, Madeleine Stowe, Aidan Quinn. Two detectives observe an escaped convict's ex-girlfriend, but complications set in when one of them falls for her.

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  5. Define stakeout. stakeout synonyms, stakeout pronunciation, stakeout translation, English dictionary definition of stakeout. n. Surveillance of an area, building, or person, especially by the police.

  6. www.amazon.comStakeout-Richard-Dreyfuss › dpWatch Stakeout | Prime Video

    Two Seattle detectives are put on a Stakeout watching the ex-girl friend of an escaped prisoner. Not expecting him (played by Aidan Quinn) to show, it’s the junk assignment. Through the windows they peek, and when Dryfuss’ character, Chris, gets stuck inside, the humor and fun begin.

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  7. The Stakeout is a pump-action shotgun, similar to the W1200 from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Two spare shells are held to either side of the Stakeout, although they are unusable, in the same vein as the M1014 in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. The Stakeout has a very noticeable amount of idle sway.

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