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to make a thorough search of

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a jumble of things to be given away

a thorough search for something (often causing disorder or confusion)

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search haphazardly

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191) Indeed, the Fourth Amendment protects individuals from seizures "conducted at the discretion of executive officials, who may act despotically and capriciously in the exercise of the power to' search and seize," and "it condemns the petty tyranny of unregulated rummagers.
Rothman says many of her member buildings are now using clear plastic bags for regular garbage so that the rummagers do not have to break open bags to see if they contain redeemable bottles and cans.
The question of evidence is rarely posed by the rummagers with any seriousness, let alone with a specific method in mind.
And so, the prose of some rummagers tends to collapse meaning rather than sharpen understanding.
Meanwhile, all around him, a riot of rampaging rummagers attacked giant cardboard boxes packed with.
Mark Cheshire,director of Lloyds TSB Premier Banking, said: ``Far from subscribing to the bling-bling culture, today's high earners are resourceful rummagers who are not necessarily obsessed with the latest must-haves.