swindle


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to get money or something else from by deceitful trickery

an act of cheating

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Swindle added: "The first response in the way the Spanish police seem to be dealing with major crime investigations is not the standard we are used to in the UK.
I threw a Carolina rig, 14-pound Vicious Elite fluorocarbon on top and bottom, with a redbug worm when the sun was out; junebug when it was cloudy," reported Swindle of his gear.
Swindle, 23, of Gleneagles Close, Benton, North Tyneside, and Finlison, 23, of Chatsworth Gardens, Walker, both pleaded guilty to robbery, possessing an offensive weapon and having an imitation firearm and were given six years.
In a more positive vein, efforts of such informed and combative groups as the Detroit Tigers Stadium Fan Club and Boston's Save Fenway Park are described in some detail, providing concerned readers and activist fans with the information needed to stem the tide of underhanded and often corrupt practices of great stadium swindles.
The warm and dry Santa Anas and the abundance of dry chaparral fueled the Day Fire, which scorched 10 miles in two hours on Saturday, Swindle said.
Passing sentence Judge William Rose said the swindle had been rightly described by the prosecution as 'truly massive', adding: 'Indeed it may well be that it was the largest VAT fraud that has been tried in this country.
Commissioner Orson Swindle, for example, called the report "embarrassingly flawed.
A workers' comp reinsurance pool that unraveled, a swindle that caused a small group of insurers to fail, and a liquidity crisis at a well-established life insurer made the list of top insurance stories, not only because of the impact on the industry last year, but because the ripples could lead to heightened regulatory oversight.
Among the "Common schemes con artists use to swindle money" was this: "Selling books or subscriptions to magazines that supposedly contain information on `surviving' the `crisis'.
the reports provide a wealth of swindle particulars useful in informational and educational programs), the cases they consider are unlikely to be representative of seams at large.
Swindle of the University of Arizona in Tucson and his colleagues, contains an abundance of iddingsite, a mixture of clays and iron oxides that forms only in the presence of water.
Hooley, the self-styled "Napoleon of Finance"; Whitaker Wright, floater of imaginary mining companies; and Horatio Bottomley, the chauvinistic editor of John Bull who made a swindle out of war bonds.
In reality, the audit showed Ponzi to be insolvent from the first day of the swindle.
Mortgage Contracting Services LLC (MCS), a nationwide provider of property preservation, inspections and REO property maintenance to the financial services industry, has promoted Paul Swindle to vice president of operations.