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to take (another's property) without permission

the crime of taking someone else's property without consent

something offered or bought at a low price

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New Domain Makes it Easier Than Ever to Identify Where to Find Steals (Not Just Deals) on the Web for Babies, Kids, and Women
The businessperson signs in as a dayuse guest, and, during that time, someone steals a credit card from the person's wallet.
The author makes the point that one of the difficulties in preventing fraud is the problem of trying to predict who will steal from you.
Convincing people they will be caught and dealt with if they steal is a powerful deterrent.
The company also announced the successful closing of a new round of capital, raising up to $4 million from a group of investors led by Kuwait Holding Company and the Atelier Fund, both of which have been, and continue to be, supportive shareholders of Bag Borrow or Steal.
Clearly, if I know you will steal if you become angry with the company or the boss, then I am not going to hire you.
Throughout the trial all patients will be asked to keep a log tracking their kleptomania incidents and the intensity of their urges to steal as well as fill out psychiatric questionnaires to determine how well the drug is working.
I would help them buy a bouquet of flowers for their loved one, but please don't steal from mine,'' she said.
No one wants to believe that an employee would steal from the institution or its residents.
However, throughout the program, Rosenberg continued to boast about using an illegally modified DIRECTV access card to steal programming, such as movies and sports.
Window of a VW Transporter was smashed to steal power tools.
It's also a theft deterrent, as studies indicate thieves are less likely to steal marked property due to resale difficulties.
Garage entered by unknown means to steal a freezer.
It's a crime of opportunity where the criminals have seen there is a real market - they can steal brand-new products and sell them to other people remodeling their homes,'' Glendale police Chief Randy Adams said.
McGee had been indicted in July 1991 in an indictment charging 16 persons in a multi million dollar scheme to steal computer boards and products from the Digital Equipment Corporation and to launder the proceeds from the sales of those stolen products.