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Synonyms for bootleg

Synonyms for bootleg

to import or export secretly and illegally

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Synonyms for bootleg

whiskey illegally distilled from a corn mash

the part of a boot above the instep

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sell illicit products such as drugs or alcohol

produce or distribute illegally

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distributed or sold illicitly

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Sub-Inspector Zahid Akhtar arrested bootlegger Yaseen and recovered five wine bottles from him.
My co-worker [victim] had a heated argument with one of the bootleggers over the price of a bottle, the bootlegger immediately ran away.
ASI Imran from Karachi Company Police Station arrested a bootlegger Habit Khan and recovered 40 wine bottles and 40 beer tins from him.
Dubai: Four men have been accused of forming a gang that steals abandoned vehicles and selling them to bootleggers or car smugglers to use them for illegal purposes.
Yandle's terminology is based on actual bootleggers and Baptists who worked together to get alcoholic beverage sales outlawed on Sunday.
As Yandle and three colleagues explain in the current issue of Regulation quarterly, state governments are now bootleggers masquerading as Baptists, and many are in a bind.
In the new book, Bootleggers and Baptists, Yandle teams up with his grandson, an economist at Johnson and Wales University, to survey the theory and evidence and to apply the framework to cases such as the English Factory Act of 1833, health reform, tobacco regulation, and the Troubled Asset Recovery Program (TARP) of 2008.
The metaphor is drawn from an earlier era where the bootleggers backed legislation regulating the legal sale of alcohol to promote their own economic self-interest.
Bootleggers held In another case, the ROP arrested two bootleggers of Asian nationality in the wilayat of Bausher and 100 bottles were seized following a raid on their residence.
Gentlemen Bootleggers tells of men who devoted themselves to creating the finest black market whiskey not only for money, but also for love of the drink, and is as intriguing to lay readers as it is to historians researching the Prohibition era.
During search and investigation the police found out that the bootleggers were storing alcohol in the refrigerators of the restaurant that they were in charge of and also some quantity was found stored in a bag of car belonging to one of them.
THE Delhi Police have detained all the three accused bootleggers who battered a Delhi police constable to death by in Ghitorni area of South Delhi on Friday.
It became widely used in the 1920s and early bootleggers smuggled foreign-made liquor into the US from Canada and Mexico and from ships in international waters.
7 (ANI): Hitting out at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran Lal Krishna Advani for sharing the dais with alleged bootleggers during his anti-corruption 'Jan Chetna Yatra,' the ruling Congress Party on Monday said the opposition's double standards have been exposed in Daman and Gujarat.
War has been declared on bootleggers as authorities revealed that 67 tonnes of illegal liquor has been seized and destroyed in Dubai so far this year.