thievery


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the crime of taking someone else's property without consent

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The concert, based on the Santa Monica public radio station's ``Morning Becomes Eclectic'' program, features Norah Jones, Beth Orton and Aimee Mann, while premium ticket holders get to attend an after-party with Thievery Corporation and DJ Shadow on the turntables.
Rob Garza and Eric Hilton make up the Thievery Corporation; the duo runs a Washington, D.
The collective threat of copyright thievery is far greater than any competitive challenge within the software industry.
It performs a little thievery on its own, lifting its wry tone, incidental music style and small technical flourishes from Steven Soderbergh's top-drawer caper flick ``Out of Sight.
The violation of law that took place in the department of oil exploration was an act of thievery, not corruption," Namdar-Zanganeh said, without explaining the distinction.
Now that nation called Israel never has had any peace in 40 years and she will never have any peace because there can be no peace structured on injustice, thievery, lying and deceit and using the name of God to shield your gutter religion under His holy and righteous name," Farrakhan said in a June 1984 sermon.
Syndicates are getting bolder because travelers remain complacent or ignorant about the perils of thievery at 35,000 feet.
Considering the amount of thievery, neither of the case qualifies as less important in terms of investigation.
If someone robbed a shop the guards would investigate and I see what's happening here as nothing short of thievery.
The sacrifice of these brave people will pay off in the end, as Russia will grow weary of Putins thuggery and thievery.
Sa salita nga ng mga millennial, galawang Hokage (Up to his final resting place, Marcos continues to perform an act of thievery.
Karman stepped forward early on to opine publicly that "Corruption is not thievery.
There are verses in the Old and New Testaments where God objects to homosexuality, but only in the same way that he objects to blasphemy, lying and thievery.
Decoy thievery is nothing new, but usually it's a quick poach job in the middle of the night.
The coordination of the activities of the state bodies aimed at prevention of crimes allowed to reduce the rate of thievery, disorderly conduct and robbery which make 72% of all crimes committed in the country.