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to take (another's property) without permission

Synonyms for filch

make off with belongings of others

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will play out over a month-to-month basis for the foreseeable future," said Stacey McGovern, director at Filch Ratings.
But at nearly three hours, Peter Hunt's production plods, never evincing the verve and charm that viewers of the original 1954 Off Broadway production noted (the WTF cast includes a member of that cast, William Duell, reprising his roles as Filch and the Queen's messenger).
Then, too, there's the pesky lawsuit that some Big East schools slapped on the ACC, claiming the ACC had covert plans to filch schools.
Although the Princeton official's motives were not revealed, the break-in was thought to be an academic Watergate, an illicit attempt to filch information on what the competition was up to.
The filch annual "Achievement of Excellence in Procurement" awards is now accepting applications from organizations that demonstrate innovation, professionalism, productivity, and leadership in public purchasing.
Manufactured objects have stolen our humanity: now they'll filch our old age.
In Play mode, players are sorted by the Sorting Hat(TM), pestered by ghosts (including Peeves(TM)), and have to complete chores for Hogwarts caretaker Filch.
David Bradley, known for his role as Hogwarts caretaker Argus Filch in the Harry Potter films, is set to play the iconic first Doctor William Hartnell.
But he is particularly wellknown for playing Hogwarts creepy caretaker Argus Filch in the Harry Potter films.
The Confederates move into town, attempt to remove the free blacks to slavery, and filch whatever food, livestock and medical supplies they can find before the war breaks out in earnest.
manipulates every puppet string and stashes whatever extra gold he can filch into his sneaky little pockets.
Now, when a new Harry Potter book comes out, they read it and say 'It's OK dad, Filch is still there.
Chesterton was being both insightful and prophetic when he said that contraception "is a name given to a succession of different expedients by which it is possible to filch the pleasure belonging to a natural process while violently and unnaturally thwarting the process itself.
We also reported that Hart had tried unsuccessfully to filch a copy of the coalition's donor data base.
The game will also feature an array of puzzle and adventure gameplay as players guide Harry through the halls of Hogwarts, sneaking around to avoid confrontations with nosey characters like Filch and Peeves.