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  • Still grumbling, Mr Lugg obeyed, and came back a moment or so later with the information that the two roads on their right both seemed to lead to a place called Sweethearting, they were headed for Little Dunning, and had apparently come from Little Sweffling.

    Sweet Danger

  • Still grumbling, Mr Lugg obeyed, and came back a moment or so later with the information that the two roads on their right both seemed to lead to a place called Sweethearting, they were headed for Little Dunning, and had apparently come from Little Sweffling.

    Sweet Danger

  • "Sweethearting" is when a store employee gives a friend a very good deal, ringing up only one item, say, while letting their buddy stuff four more free ones in his bag.

    Retailers must stay on their toes to keep up with creative thieves

  • "Sweethearting" is when a store employee gives a friend a very good deal, ringing up only one item, say, while letting their buddy stuff four more free ones in his bag.

    Retailers must stay on their toes to keep up with creative thieves

  • 'Sweethearting' theft in progress as seen in a StopLift video When the system identifies sweethearting, it places blinking squares over the video to show exactly where the theft occurred.

    Stop That Thief

  • Sweethearting” and “taking up” were usually nonmonogamous relationships, which according to historian Anthony Kaye, were “a temporary tie that entailed more prerogatives than obligations and many new feelings and pleasures.”

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • The doctor from Sweethearting arrived at practically the same moment as the scouting party under Oxley reported that the heath was deserted, and the barn which the invaders had used as a garage was now empty.

    Sweet Danger

  • A visiting curate bicycled over from Sweethearting every other Sunday to take a service in the little Norman church.

    Sweet Danger

  • ‘Mary Fitton lived over at Sweethearting with her father, who was just a knight.’

    Sweet Danger

  • I hung about until it got dark, motor-cycled down to Sweethearting and walked the rest of the way over the fields in the dawn without seeing a soul.

    Sweet Danger

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