cattle thief

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someone who steals livestock (especially cattle)


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The deceased was an alleged cattle thief of Hirabad and Kali Mori areas and also used to conduct illicit business of narcotics, the spokesman informed and added that an amount of Rs one millions was fixed on the deceased thief who was allegedly involved in more than 24 cases of dacoities, theft and drug peddling.
Quaid is the nasty cattle thief who they have to tackle in order to save the day.
The tale concerns a man called Dicky the cattle thief, who made use of the ruins as a base.
The next day, after the disagreement and shooting with the Negro, Booker, an ex-convict and habitual cattle thief named Jesse Arnold arrives to buy whiskey.
Jacob, reputed to be a professional cattle thief, was lynched after a summary trial by a jury composed of 200 citizens.
Much research has gone into this biography of a sometime cattle thief with a sense of honour which earned him acclaim as a latter-day Scots Robin Hood, and his complex world of over-lapping loyalties, principles and pragmatism.
50 Kempton The character in Rolf Boldrewood's novel Robbery Under Arms is thought to be based on infamous Australian cattle thief Harry Readford from the late 1800s.
They will stand before court and sentence given to person by court will be completed without bail -- no more room for cattle thief allow by this current administration" said Mayen.
Rob Roy, born Robert McGregor, was a cattle thief who sold protection against other rustlers.