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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of heist.

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Examples

  • Come on Guys, its not a package, its a bag of Deer Chow that He and his buddy heisted from the feed store.

    Merry Christmas from Whitetail 365!

  • Or I could add something about the extremely odd coincidence (read: publicity stunt) of Rinna's L.A. boutique getting heisted at THE EXACT MOMENT she and husband Harry Hamlin were appearing on the "Today" show to promote their new books and reality show:

    The reluctant scoop on Lisa Rinna's Lips

  • According to a Country Club Hills police report, the two men heisted candy, razor blades, two bottles of cologne, sunglasses and chicken cubes.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • He returns having heisted Jack's heart-shaped basket of chocolate Easter eggs (a gift from Grandma).

    Annie Spiegelman: Sunday Bloody Sunday (Happy Mother's Day!)

  • The next time I popped by, I brought some cartons of cut-rate cigarettes to peddle, making it appear that I had either heisted them or my connection had.

    Dancing with the Devil

  • I Party All the TimeJon King: A rocking guitar riff heisted from Andy's vault of genius licks takes us on a journey to nowhere ? a deranged town where if only we stay schtum it'll all be all right.

    Gang of Four: free EP download

  • The toy memories, including a handmade Raggedy Ann doll, were on their way to the cleaner to have the stench of smoke removed when they were heisted.

    Christmas Magic

  • Investigators tell The Savannah Morning News that Mary Alice White, 47, was arrested twice last month after she allegedly tried to hawk some of the baubles — including an $18,000 pair of earrings and a $7,000 Rolex watch — she heisted at two local pawn shops.

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  • Even as a US District Court prepares 6,000 Seroquel lawsuits for trial, Eli Lilly pays $1.42 billion for illegal Zyrexa marketing and 30 states sue over heisted Medicaid funds for atypical antipsychotics, an FDA advisory panel has recommended approval of Seroquel, Zyrexa and Geodon for children.

    Start Your Engines Drug Reps! FDA Panel Says Yes to Seroquel, Zyprexa and Geodon for Kids!

  • It wasn't so much that Vytorin was no better than the generic simvastatin -- which cost pennies -- in reducing plaque and therefore heisted private and public health insurance dollars.

    Vytorin: Both Kinds of deception

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