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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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The evidence available at present indicates that extensive Klan violence against northern white minorities, such as that against Italian winemakers and bootleggers in Herrin, Illinois, was rare.
ISLAMABAD -- Islamabad Police on Sunday raided at house of a notorious bootlegger in sector F-10/4 and recovered of a huge quantity of wine and beer from there, police said.
The CIA police arrested a bootlegger Aurangzeb with 30 litres of liquor.
Bar owner Elliot Towsey said last week: "It's been over a year since we first opened Billy Bootleggers and have earned our reputation for being a safe, friendly, late-night bar in town.
Owner Elliot Towsey estimates around 300 drinks were given away at Billy Bootleggers during England's thrashing of Panama and told Chronicle Live: "The goals just kept coming and coming.
Three bootleggers namely Izatullah, Imran and Zamrud were held as police recovered 32 liters
ASI Zulfqar from Sihala police station arrested two bootleggers Rafqat and Abdul-Rahman and recovered six liter wine from their possession.
The bootleggers resisted arrest and absconded immediately but when a lieutenant caught up with one of them and restrained him, the latter punched him hard and ran away.
These Bootleggers are joined by health advocates (Baptists) who raise questions about unknown potentially harmful effects that may be associated with e-cig use.
The police said that they would not tolerate the bootleggers who would be caught carrying out such illegal activities.
Part II, taking up most of the book, describes the antics of a variety of bootleggers and barons as well as lower-profile people, frequently women, forced into the trade by poverty, hotspots of alcohol activity all around the country and at the borders, the associated violence, and prosecutions.
On our column about Olly Murs bootleggers Well said, Paul Fulford.
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.
One of the best models of the rent-seeking society pertains to "bootleggers and Baptists," whose story provides a framework for considering how political entrepreneurs operate in the rent-seeking society.
After last month's hooch tragedy in Gujarat, you would have expected the authorities to have learnt their lessons and cracked down on bootleggers.