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goods or property seized unlawfully, especially by a victor in wartime

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goods or money obtained illegally

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Boody said, It s remarkable how much eagerness there is to comply.
Boody was willing, but Stribling wasn't eager to share the two tiny rooms.
Este ultimo trabajo fue culminado gracias a los heroicos esfuerzos de su mujer Elizabeth Boody Schumpeter, quien estando enferma, sin mucha experiencia como editora, vendio su casa, para financiar los gastos, e incluso fallecio antes de verlo publicado.
The rule adopted in Roberson was applied next in a Kansas federal district court case, Boody v.
Casino, like all Scorsese's darker films, is a tragedy about people who are brought down by their own character flaws, and by the built-in boody traps of the system they choose to work within, and hope--desperately and foolishly--to beat.
0 psi) load to simulate the effect of an infant's boody weight.
The first section, listing Schumpeter's own works (21 books and 127 articles), is the compilation first published in 1950 by his widow, Elizabeth Boody Schumpeter, minus her listing of his numerous reviews of others' works.
MOODY HUES IF you prefer to stick to a sporting palette of mostly monochrome, you'll love Boody.
Supplementing these familiar categories will be textiles, collages, and sundry objects, including a "large boody [sic] pottery dish.
Brooks also commissioned the College's award-winning Taylor and Boody Organ, designed in the tradition of 16th and 17th century Dutch and north German organs, which was completed and dedicated in 1985.
In an earlier study (Vincent, Montecinos, & Boody, 1997), we examined the use of portfolios for hiring beginning teachers through a survey of employers.
Edited from a manuscript by Elizabeth Boody Schumpeter.
Katey and Boody enter the kitchen and ask Maggie if she's been able to pawn some of Stephen's books.
Edited by Elizabeth Boody Schumpeter (New York: Oxford University Press, 1954).
Pretty Kitty becomes Puddy Puddy, which in turn becomes Boody, which in turn becomes Bood; Rascal becomes Rascally Rabbit, which in turn becomes Ratch, which in turn becomes Hatch, which in turn becomes Hatchet; Rutabaga becomes Rooty B, which in turn becomes Rootin' Tootin', which in turn becomes Toot; Claudius becomes Clawed, which in turn becomes Clawsums, which in turn becomes Claw Claw.