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  • v. Present participle of burgle.

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Examples

  • Police accused of trespass after 'burgling' 50 homes ... to show owners how insecure they are

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  • Police accused of trespass after 'burgling' 50 homes to show owners how insecure they are

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  • With unpacking everything, especially after the Czarina and I do a show, it's because one of my deepest fears is having someone figure "Hey, this is easy money" and either burgling the car or just taking the car and everything in it.

    Bad news from the Crüxshadows

  • The police officer actually acted stupidly by arresting somebody he suspected to be burgling his own home for disorderly conduct.

    Police group: Obama should apologize

  • It does not matter whether the suspect is a black, white or red man, the most important point here is that a man was being suspected for burgling his own house, his yelling could have made an intelligent officer to suspect that something must be wrong with the whole situation.

    Police group: Obama should apologize

  • It does not matter whether the suspect is a black, white or red man, the most important point here is that a man was being suspected for burgling his own house, his yelling could have made an intelligent officer to suspect that something must be wrong with the whole situation. stevegee

    Obama speaks with Gates' arresting officer

  • Indeed, burgling, when viewed in Darwinian terms, was clearly approaching a crisis.

    Matthew Yglesias » Financial Reform’s Missing Advocates

  • He says he obtained it by burgling Harry Homeowner a couple of weeks ago, by climbing in an unlocked window while Harry was napping.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Mayor Bloomberg’s gun show bill

  • Now I have realised they rarely go to prison and are actually kept in families, housing and a sub-culture that encourages them to be burgling scrote, or, increasingly, ‘borrowers from neighbours and shops’.

    Leaders TV Debate – Law & Order Summary SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Of course you have failed to take into account the far greater cost to society of having them thieving, burgling, sucking the dole and putting people into an already overstreched hospital emergencey dept with stab wounds.

    Youth Crime « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

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