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thieving

thee ving

  • n  the act of taking something from someone unlawfully
    the thieving is awful at Kennedy International
  • v  take by theft
  • s  given to thievery

  • It is democratic and relatively stable, a rarity in a region historically marked by thieving autocrats.
  • From the start, Mackey rationalized his thieving in the name of his kids.
  • For leaders in the developing worldwhere the Soviet Union was extending its power as late as the 1980sMoscow was associated with progress and an escape from the thieving .
News & Articles

  • Private Investigators Brighton Give Information about Hidden Cameras and Covert CCTV Systems in Light of Recent BBC ...
    Private Investigators Brighton give information about hidden cameras and covert CCTV systems in light of recent BBC News article dated 24 June 2013: Thieving Aberdeen Carer Gladys Williamson jailed for six months. (PRWeb June 24, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10863514.htm
    June 25, 2013 - PRWeb
  • Game of Thrones Was This Spring’s Most Pirated Show
    Congratulations, you thieving nerds: TorrentFreak estimates that Game of Thrones was illegally downloaded 5.2 million times per episode for March through June, handily beating The Big Bang Theory (2.9 million downloads per episode), How I Met Your Mother (2.85 million downloads per episode), The Walking Dead (2.7 million downloads per episode), ... More »
    June 23, 2013 - Vulture
Quotes

  • Bill Aitken in The Sun
    Tory MSP Bill Aitken said: "It will be a case of carry on thieving, disturbing the peace, shoplifting, subjecting people to fear and all other miscellany of petty crime. These proposals are going to profoundly damage Scotland's society."
  • Ian Paisley in International Herald Tribune
    They are still engaged in crime, and they will not support police,Paisley said. "I am not going to bow the knee to people who have carried out acts of murder and thieving, and so on and so forth, and say: 'You'll be in the government.'"
  • Richie McCaw in Brisbane Times
    He always has an impact on the game,McCaw added. "When you think things are going all right, he will be in there and suddenly thieving the ball. For the whole 80 minutes, you know he is out there."

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