pilfer


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to take (another's property) without permission

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make off with belongings of others

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IRISH band Rockhouse Pilfer were chosen to perform with Tom Jones on two tracks on his new album.
MP Priti Patel rang the office of Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael yesterday after her office staff tried to pilfer the booze from the Scotch Whisky Association party at Dover House in London.
The criminals managed to pilfer one tanker and dispose it of in around five to six days and charged ` 4 lakh per tanker.
Some say they pilfer products because it was easier to take supplies from their office than buy them (27%), or say they don't have time to get the items outside of work (24%).
They can pilfer confidential information, steal identities, and even pose as legitimate entities, according to Bill Rosenkrantz, group manager at Santa Monica-based Symantec Security Response.
Lower-ranked birds don't pilfer from their superiors but do occasionally defraud each other.
In the 10 years that we had her, she continued to pilfer items and hide them.
Numerous woodpeckers and brown creepers fly in from the woods to pilfer the tree's rich supply of living food.
Six employees of a ground handling firm Miascor assigned at the Clark International Airport were terminated and are facing administrative charges after he pilfer the luggage of Dela Cruz.
Offences are up 150 per cent in two years as villains pilfer everything from rail tracks and copper phone cables to plaques and church roof slates.
FEMALE hotel guests are more likely to pilfer items from hotels and guest houses than their male counterparts, according to a new survey.
Limited Tender invited for Purchasing Pilfer Proof Seals (thick wired) and Plastic Seals (thin wired) for Ajmer Terminal Operations
An airline security expert, who requested anonymity, revealed some of the tricks that a number of baggage loaders working for different airlines at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia), used to pilfer valuables from check-in luggage.
Offences are up 150% in two years as villains pilfer everything from rail tracks and copper phone cables to plaques, bronze statues and lead off church roofs.
PARENTS pilfer an average of pounds 131 a year from their children's piggy banks, it was claimed yesterday.