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False is everything in it; with stolen teeth it biteth, the biting one.
After a time the number were brought in, though it was evident they were not any of the skins that had been stolen, but others gleaned in the village.
The result of this raid was a brand-new Columbia River salmon boat, stolen from an Italian fisherman.
From the sandspit the way led out through the Golden Gate to the vastness of adventure of all the world, where battles would be fought, not for old shirts and over stolen salmon boats, but for high purposes and romantic ends.
uk/kirklees/rural HOLME: A Land Rover Defender, reg MW04 VZE, was stolen from Woodhead Road on December 22.
In 1976, for the first time in thirty-three seasons, total stolen bases exceeded total home runs in Major League Baseball.
ey include a man wearing a white "owl" onesie, who is alleged to have stolen items from Bells Stores, in Westbury Street, ornaby, in December last year.
2, respectively, in the most recent nationwide list of stolen vehicles issued by the National Insurance Crime Bureau.
Meat stolen from ASDA, > Cowpen Road, Blyth, on Thursday, January 9, 2014
Throughout the Nation, more than $13 billion ($13,328,962,860) of property was reported stolen in 2009.
At least 600,000 laptops are stolen every year, according to a technology firm that helps protect data and locate missing machines.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has announced that it will provide a year's worth of free credit monitoring for veterans and active duty military personnel whose personal data was stolen from the home of a VA employee in May.
According to a sheriff's statement, Owen was arrested in October 2005 after authorities searched his home and found counterfeit checks and drivers licenses, stolen mail and U.
Stolen Lives: Identity Theft Prevention Made Simple is the informed and informative guide to the innovative avoidance of the modern threat of identity theft knowledgeably written by John D.
In the United Kingdom, several famous bronze statues have been stolen during the past year, with the recent theft of "The Watchers," a bronze sculpture, having an estimated value of 600,000 [pounds sterling] ($1 million).