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  • v. Present participle of kidnap.
  • v. Alternative spelling of kidnapping.
  • n. Alternative spelling of kidnapping.


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  • She explained how she was en route to New Mexico when she heard of the so-called kidnaping on her car radio.


  • Michael the idea of kidnaping his niece and putting the ransom into his own pocket. "

    The Master Detective Being Some Further Investigations of Christopher Quarles

  • So, he will restore their fortunes by kidnaping a fairy and blackmailing the fairy people, the leprechauns, for their crock of gold.

    Matthew Peterson interviews Eoin Colfer

  • This is a less sympathetic case that you might think, since a neighboring state was planning to prosecute Sears for the murder of the kidnaping victim until it saw Sears had received the death penalty for the kidnaping.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Supreme Court Relist watch

  • Coulda been an ET kidnaping dream I guess ... someone doing unspeakable experiments with syringes and speaking giberish ...

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Havsy’s cake shoppe.

  • The VCTF is a joint FBI and Houston Police Department task force responsible for the investigation of, among other violent crimes, kidnaping, bank robbery, extortion, serial murder, and Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution.

    Michael McMannus

  • For a month, Belly was afraid hewasLevi Stubbs, until he found out the guy already had done twelve years of a life sentence for kidnaping and murder, and Belly thought he would have known if Levi had been locked down in this state for that crime.


  • Montgomery Couny police asked that anyone with information about the carjacking/kidnaping or the suspects involved in it call the county police robbery section at 240-773-5100.

    Wilson High student charged with abducting teacher in Adams Morgan

  • Augustine confesses to killing Burke's friend and framing him, then says that when they are rescued, Burke will be going back to prison for assault and kidnaping.

    "Undersea Prisoner" by Harl Vincent, part 5

  • A couple points of interest: Zybyski's crime of kidnaping and murdering a small child is doubtless a reference to the Lindbergh kidnaping and the arrest and trial of Bruno Hauptmann, which occurred earlier in the decade and would still have been fresh in Vincent's mind.

    Archive 2010-03-01


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