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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of carjack.


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  • Then she runs into a bad guy who carjacks the Cadillac and takes her someplace to kill her.


  • When his gang is responsible for the murder of a commuter and his close friend Boston Mothusi Mogano upbraids him for crossing a line, Tsotsi flees and carjacks a flash BMW... with a three-month old baby in the backseat.

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  • Nobody carjacks somebody and tries to kill the kid, rather than the woman.

    CNN Transcript Sep 21, 2007

  • COLLINS: Anyway, he allegedly carjacks a woman's SUV in Boca Raton.

    CNN Transcript Dec 29, 2006

  • Yup, those Pro-Life Rethuglicans want all those babies born …. then when the little fellow grows up and carjacks and shoots one of them, they send him to Hutnsville and stick a needle in him … the Good Book says "Thou shall not Kill"!!!!!!

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  • It is a clone of the original, comparatively unambitious Grand Theft Auto-not GTA's fully 3-D, behind-the-player blockbuster sequels-placing you in control of a character who runs, guns, and carjacks his way through missions dispensed from payphones in levels that are presented from an overhead perspective.

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  • That's where Gonzalez allegedly ditched a Toyota Sequoia and carjacks an 86 year-old man's black Cadillac.

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  • Or if someone carjacks you it can be a "car borrowing issue."

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  • A gunman carjacks a pregnant woman in Mountain View.

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  • Are we going to evacuate the mall and deploy M1 Abrams the next time someone carjacks a Toyota?

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