Aggie — A hoe used to till the ground.

Blood-In, Blood-Out — Term for the requirement of performing some task for a gang (such as carrying contraband, hurting or killing someone) to gain admission into the gang, and the requirement to perform a similar act to get out of the gang. A gang member who attempts to get out of the gang without following the blood-out requirement will have a hit placed on him by the gang.

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